Learning layouts in NativeScript can be tricky if you’re coming from a web development background. NativeScript’s 2.4 release included a familiar layout mechanism to help ease the learning curve for web developers—flexbox! Let’s look at how the new layout system works.
Per-side CSS borders have landed in NativeScript. Let’s look at how they work, and how you can use the new CSS properties in your next app.
It’s time for another This Week in NativeScript—your weekly collection of all things NativeScript from the NativeScript community.
After a brief hiatus for NativeScript Developer Day and Angular Connect, we’re back with another installment of This Week in NativeScript—your source for the latest and greatest from the NativeScript community 🚀
It’s time for another This Week in NativeScript, your weekly collection of NativeScript links, plugins, and more 🚀
It’s time for another This Week in NativeScript, your weekly collection of NativeScript links, plugins, and more—and for this week, that includes cats and dogs!
It’s the second _This Week in NativeScript_ in August, your weekly collection of all things NativeScript from the NativeScript community.
It’s time for another _This Week in NativeScript_, your weekly collection of all things NativeScript from the NativeScript community
Welcome to This Week in NativeScript, your weekly installment of links, videos, plugins, and more by the NativeScript community. As always, if we missed anything, make sure to add a comment so we can add it to the list.
It’s time for another This Week in NativeScript—our weekly compilation of articles, plugins, and other things that you, the NativeScript community, creates
Each week we’ll be featuring work you, the NativeScript community, do to help make NativeScript awesome. The list will include articles, code snippets, plugins, Stack Overflow contributions, GitHub contributions, and more. Here’s week one!
The NativeScript community has been hard at work creating NativeScript plugins. In fact, we now have over 100 NativeScript plugins up on npm. Let’s look at the last few plugins released.
If you weren’t able to join us for our 1.4 release webinar, the video is now available on YouTube. The webinar includes demos of the latest features of our 1.3 and 1.4 releases, including animations, UI for NativeScript updates, Angular 2.0 support, and a whole lot more.
Animations were the single most requested feature in our idea portal, so I think it's safe to say that animations landing in our 1.3 release was kind of a big deal. Now that animations are here, let's look at how to use NativeScript's new animation APIs, and how to create some practical effects you can add to your apps.
Two months in and the Summer of NativeScript has reached nearly 50 meetups across 14 countries and 6 continents. If you haven't held a meetup don't despair—you can still be part of the fun. We're leaving the signup form open through September. If you sign up to hold up a meetup sometime this year, we'll still send you a NativeScript t-shirt and a pack of NativeScript stickers.
Between npm modules and NativeScript plugins, which are nothing more than npm modules with the ability to use native code and libraries, you have now have a large collection of modules and libraries that you can leverage in your NativeScript apps. In this article you'll see several examples of how to make this happen.
Two weeks ago we kicked off the Summer of NativeScript, our program to get the development community excited about NativeScript, and adorned in some stylish NativeScript t-shirts.
And excited you are. In the last two weeks we've seen well over a dozen meetups scheduled spanning seven countries and five continents. (I'm looking at you Asia and Antarctica).
Summer is a great time to get excited about building apps with NativeScript. Why this summer? Because if you run a NativeScript meetup in July, August, or September and let us know about it, we'll send you a NativeScript t-shirt and a pack of NativeScript stickers.
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