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Add a Metro configuration with inline require/import

We have been working on turning on inline-requires/imports and RAM bundles for React Native for a long time, however we have not made real progress on making it the default, even though it is easy. In this diff I am adding a Metro configuration to a new React Native template with the defaults set to `false` (off). This means that everyone creating a new project now or upgrading from an existing one will receive this template file. In a future release of React Native we will turn this setting on to default. From then on, new projects will be using inline-requires while existing ones that are upgrading can make an explicit choice when they are diffing their template and the latest version of it.

This approach was outlined in

Note: There is a weird lint-ignore thing in there like in the other template files. I'm working on getting rid of that separately.

Reviewed By: TheSavior

Differential Revision: D14030370

fbshipit-source-id: cf4c5551c795f2ea0fd1b731b352489f04b8c22e
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cpojer authored and facebook-github-bot committed Feb 11, 2019
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* Metro configuration for React Native
* @format
* @lint-ignore-every XPLATJSCOPYRIGHT1

module.exports = {
transformer: {
getTransformOptions: async () => ({
transform: {
experimentalImportSupport: false,
inlineRequires: false,

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