Rob Lauer is Senior Manager of Developer Relations at Progress and has a passion for mobile app development and the open web. You can find Rob rambling as @RobLauer on Twitter.
After Apple's WWDC event, NativeScript developers are ready to get their hands on the latest from Xcode 11 and iOS 13. Read about how NativeScript developers can use "Sign in with Apple" and other upcoming features on iOS.
Why does Progress support NativeScript? Why would a company, any company really, dump loads of money into a free and open source project? Learn about how Progress uses NativeScript internally, making it a win-win for the open source community and Progress alike.
Did you miss out on NativeScript Developer Day 2019? We've got you covered with a recording of every session right here.
Have you heard about this "microapps" thing? Learn more about microapps and check out how you can leverage NativeScript to build simple, secure, apps to bring the fun back to mobile app development.
Adding a chatbot to your NativeScript app can be an easy win for improving your efficiency (and your end user's engagement!). Learn how you can simply create a bot and deploy it to web, mobile, Viber, and Facebook Messenger in no time at all.
Do you use any crash reporting services with your NativeScript apps? No! Shame on you! In reality, many of us don't consider crash reporting important, but as you'll see here, it's super easy to hook up your app to a service like Crashlytics.
NativeScript is single-threaded by design. But there are edge cases where you may want to take advantage of worker threads to offload certain tasks and squeeze all the performance you can out of your app. Read up on some easy ways to use workers in your NativeScript app.
Join our free online webinar on Thursday, April 25th as we look at Another Vue of NativeScript!
Kinvey Chat offers the opportunity for you to add chatbot capabilities to your NativeScript app. Join our webinar on March 28th to learn all about how to use Kinvey Chat!
We asked the wider NativeScript team here at Progress if they could provide some useful and/or little known tips and tricks that might aid the NativeScript developer on their path to the next great app. Here is what they had to say!
Come check out the new low code tool from Progress! Kinvey Studio enables you to create native mobile apps, web apps, chatbots, and (soon) wearable apps from a shared Angular codebase.
Looking for a quick and easy way to learn NativeScript with Vue.js? Look no further than the new tutorial built exclusively for the NativeScript Playground.
aboutGolf is a premier provider of indoor simulator technology and the official golf simulator of the PGA Tour. Read about their success using NativeScript to build a cross-platform mobile app.
Watch some of the best NativeScript talks from jsMobileConf 2018!
Learn how to incorporate a Material Design CardView component in your iOS and Android apps.
In this final article in our security series, we look at how we can leverage existing hardware - and existing services - to take away the tedious pain of user authentication.
In this third part of our mobile app security series, we look at some simple strategies for securing data in transit between our devices and backend systems.
Part two of our series on securing your mobile app focuses on securing data that you store locally on the user's device.
This week on the NativeScript blog we'll be taking a look at mobile app security. Today we dive into what you can do to improve the security of your source code to protect intellectual property, ensure the integrity of your business logic, limit access to your apps, and even offload work to the cloud.
The NativeScript Uplabs Challenge is over! Come see who the winners are - like us I'm sure you'll be pleasantly surprised at the amazing UIs these developer/designers came up with!
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