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.
Earlier this week, Progress hosted the second-ever NativeScript Developer Day. This two-day NativeScript-focused conference took place on September 18th and 19th at Scandinavia House in the heart of Manhattan.
Coinciding with the official release of iOS 11, we are pleased to announce a preview of augmented reality (AR) support in NativeScript!
Have you ever wondered how you can help influence the NativeScript roadmap? Going forward we will be exclusively using Github for feature requests, so read all about it!
NativeScript is licensed with the popular and permissive Apache 2.0 license. Learn about the ALv2 license, why the team chose it, and how it compares to the BSD and MIT licenses.
Using Vue with NativeScript is becoming more of a reality every day. Learn how to create a super simple Vue app for iOS and Android in about one minute!
With Progress's recent acquisition of Kinvey, NativeScript developers now have an excellent (literally top-rated) BaaS option to explore.
Save the date for NativeScript developer day - September 18-19, 2017 in New York City.
Learn how to access data from Salesforce inside a cross-platform mobile app with NativeScript.
Did you miss the NativeScript 3.0 webinar? Now is your chance to watch it!
Learn about the adding some colorful themes to your app with the NativeScript Theme Builder.
Learn how to use NativeScript to build a native cross-platform app using Visual Studio, TypeScript, SQL Server, and ASP.NET Web API.
Learn how to monetize your app with a variety of NativeScript plugins!
We are now taking registrations for the NativeScript 3.0 webinar to be held on May 17th, 2017.
Take advantage of two free video courses on learning NativeScript (with or without Angular!)
Learn how to install NativeScript and develop cross-platform mobile apps on Windows.
The final article in our "week of NativeScript UI" series focuses on the Calendar control which allows you to easily leverage the native iOS and Android calendar UI.
Our "week of NativeScript UI" continues with this article on using the new AutoCompleteTextView control.
This post in our "week of NativeScript UI" series focuses on the usage of the DataForm control to automatically create UI on top of existing data structures.
The next post in our "week of NativeScript UI" focuses on another free component - the SideDrawer.
Welcome to our week of NativeScript UI! This first post goes into detail on our free UI component for managing native listviews for iOS and Android.
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