Emil Tabakov is the Product Manager for NativeScript at Progress. His manias are snowboarding, SUPing, playing music and using his skills to solve problems.
For the last several months the NativeScript team has been working on a big revamp of the iOS runtime. In this blog post, we will summarize the output of this effort and why we think it's so important and also how you can participate in it!
It’s been just a month and a half since our last major release and 6.1 is already available - packed with new exciting features. Kotlin support, Material Components, work with devices on WiFi and more ...
6.0 is now officially released! This is a huge milestone for the framework and the common theme behind the release is "Productivity". For the past several months, we worked on several features that aimed to improve developer productivity in many aspects like NativeScript AppSync, new Core Theme, enhanced TabView and what not.
The Release Candidate for NativeScript 6.0 is available for a test drive and we would love your feedback!
Check out some of our findings from the latest NativeScript Community Survey!
NativeScript's latest release is now available, bringing more productivity to your mobile apps and development experience. Let’s look at this release’s new features.
So, you are super excited about NativeScript and you want to tell everyone about it. You are looking for a more direct way to interact with your audience than writing a blog post and you keen on brushing up your public speaking skills. Well, organizing a meet up might be just want you are looking for.
NativeScript 5.2 is here! Read on for a full list of features and improvements that are now part of NativeScript.
One of the easiest way to join the NativeScript Contribution Program is to write a blog post. It may sound much scarier than it actually is, so I would to give you some tips and tricks and show how easy it could be.
Last year we ran a time boxed First-Time Contribution Contest and the results were more than amazing - three times more contributions and we saw some pretty solid among them, like YARN support for the CLI! With that said, It was a pretty easy decision for us to promote this initiative to a full-time Contribution Program.
With the holiday season just around the corner, we’re happy to announce the last NativeScript release of the year with a number of awesome new features.
Adding Analytics to your app is an effort that worth investing in. With just half an hour of work, you will know what your users need, how can you address their needs and where to invest your precious development time. Learn how to use Firebase Analytics with NativeScript in this tutorial.
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