The 2017 Angular Attack hackathon winners are announced!
Ibuildings are running a NativeScript workshop in Milan Italy on April 12th. You are welcome to attend in person or via the live stream. The workshop will be conducted in Italian.
We sit down with PluralSight author and NativeScript Developer Expert Alex Ziskind to talk about his newest course, what he sees on the horizon for mobile development and some advice for aspiring video course developers.
Raymond Camden fires up the NativeScript Developer Day crowd with an amazing talk on why we love what we do and how to love it more!
Jeff Whelpley discusses how to use the best Angular tools to use for NativeScript development.
Alex Ziskind shows you how you can build a native mobile application with NativeScript that calls into the newest iteration of Microsoft’s Graph API to fetch and update its data.
Nathan Walker discusses his experience using NativeScript and Angular in a production application for the first time.
Giorgio Natili looks into the process of designing and implementing production ready resilient apps with NativeScript and Angular.
Nathanael Anderson shows how to setup, configure your unit testing for both running on a device and on Continuous Integration servers.
Alex Vakrilov discusses the major concepts of Redux and shows how to use ngrx-store in a NativeScript Angular application.
ick van Weerdenburg shared lessons learned from dozens of mobile projects, including several NativeScript ones, over the last three years.
TJ VanToll and Jen Looper demonstrate and discuss the latest and greatest features in NativeScript
Gavin Bauman discussed the latest and greatest new features rolled into Visual Studio Code
Watch the opening keynote from NativeScript Developer Day 2016 held in Boston, MA.
The NativeScript team will host a hackathon at the Angular Connect conference on Sept 27th from 6:00 - 10:30 pm.
NativeScript applications have accessibility features to make adaptive technologies work with your mobile application.
NativeScript in Action is soon-to-be released book about NativeScript written by Mike and Nick Branstein. The first chapter is available now at no charge.
Our premium component suite just released Angular 2 compatibility for both the Calendar and Chart components. Additionally, the UI suite has full support for both NativeScript 2.1 and Angular 2 RC3.
Nic Raboy will be presenting Cross Platform Mobile Apps with NativeScript, CouchBase and Angular 2 on July 28th in Palo Alto.
Josh Sommer talks about the NativeScript swiss army knife plugin is the repo for all those functions you copy and paste between projects.
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