There’s no theoretical reason you can’t use Expo with Appetize.
In practice, there are some tricky things about it and some ways to work around them.
- You can use Appetize with Snack. https://snack.expo.io/ If your code can fit in a Snack, this is probably the easiest way to test stuff in the browser.
You might be able to hack that app on appetize and get it to run your regular Expo app.
We’ve thought about making an Appetize preview available from pages like this on desktop: https://expo.io/@ccheever/trippy but many things don’t work well in the simulator and Appetize isn’t free so we thought it would be better for people to open stuff on their phones. We may add this at some point though.
The simplest way for you to put something on Appetize right now might be to eject and then make your own simulator build from that project that you can then upload to Appetize.
This might take a little bit of time and be a bit annoying, but if this is important to you, its probably the easiest thing in the current state of the world.
If you use something like git, you could do the ejection in a branch so that you don’t have to actually eject and can keep developing using regular Expo.
We’ll likely add something where you can get other kinds of builds from our standalone app building service soon, but we just haven’t had time yet. You could upload those to Appetize once we have that, but we don’t have it yet.