A QuickStart to Building Mobile Apps with NativeScript

Recently I published a course titled NativeScript 101: A QuickStart to Building Mobile Apps on the learning website Udemy with the intention of teaching people how to quickly get started with developing NativeScript Android and iOS mobile applications.

The goal here was to structure the course in such a way that it would cover multiple concepts in mobile application development while still bringing you to a very reachable goal. In this case, the goal is a mobile application that uses the concepts you learned about in the course.

The 101 in the course means that it is a beginner level course, but still suitable for developers of all proficiencies.  NativeScript 101 teaches you how to create multiple screen applications that looks great on both iOS and Android while accessing online APIs.  This is a requirement in just about every modern application.

This is a video course so you'll be able to see everything as it happens which will in turn give you a better overall learning experience.
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Nic Raboy

Nic Raboy is an advocate of modern web and mobile development technologies and writes about his development experiences related to making web and mobile development easier to understand.


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