[Solved] Getting TypeError: this.InnerNativeModule.configureProps is not a function in expo on mac

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Getting TypeError: this.InnerNativeModule.configureProps is not a function in expo on mac

  1. [Solved] Getting TypeError: this.InnerNativeModule.configureProps is not a function in expo on mac

    The problem is that you have different versions of that library.
    Make sure you use the same version on the mac too.
    Just remove the ^ for that library in package.json, then remove package-lock.json and node_modules and reinstall them.

  2. this.InnerNativeModule.configureProps is not a function in expo on mac

    The problem is that you have different versions of that library.
    Make sure you use the same version on the mac too.
    Just remove the ^ for that library in package.json, then remove package-lock.json and node_modules and reinstall them.

Solution 1

The problem is that you have different versions of that library.
Make sure you use the same version on the mac too.
Just remove the ^ for that library in package.json, then remove package-lock.json and node_modules and reinstall them.

You should have something like this: "react-native-reanimated": "2.3.1",

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Solution 2

I know it’s bit long and tedious process to do, but it’s actually worked for me.

Note: This is only for those who tried everything possibly can be found on internet and still getting the above errors. (Likewise : changing the react-native-animated version, deleting node_modules, package.json, package_lock.json, clearing cache, upgrading and degrading expo version, tried installing packages using yarn instead npm and
so on….)

Step 1 : Uninstall Node and delete everything related with Node, expo, yarn, choco and yarn (Basically delete everything even the path on environment variable).
You can follow this :
https://stackoverflow.com/a/20711410/9418648

Step 2: Install Node.js (Download the one with most users)

https://nodejs.org/en/download/

Step 3: Once done install Expo

npm install --global expo-cli

Step 4: Clone project from GitHub if you don’t have that then create new project and paste the code from you old project and install required dependencies.

Step 5: Run your project by resetting cache.

expo start -c

This process has solved my NPM ERROR code issues, I was unable to install packages using npm command.
If that helps you don’t forget to vote 🙂

Original Author sophin Of This Content

Conclusion

So This is all About This Tutorial. Hope This Tutorial Helped You. Thank You.

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