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announcing the new NativeScript weather app contest, running in June
Every now and then the question about the size of a NativeScript application package pops up, especially for the Android platform. The purpose of this post is to provide an in-depth and thorough answer to this question and why, by default, the Android application package (*.APK) adds some ~12MBs on top of a blank, purely native Android application.
If you're building mobile apps, it doesn't take long until you have a need for a tabbed interface. Guest author Bradley Gore explains what you need to know.
Blog describing the functionality that the Static Binding Generator enables.after
If you missed the recording our launch webinar that we did yesterday with John Papa, you will be glad to know that the webinar is recorded and available in YouTube today in the NativeScript video channel.
top ten questions from ng-conf
TJ VanToll and Jen Looper gave a great talk on sharing code between web and native apps at ng-conf 2016.
We announced NativeScript 2.0 on the NativeScript Newsletter as well as at the ng-conf keynote. Here is a collection of items you should't miss out on.
Expectedly there is a ton of excitement these days around the launch of the Angular 2 Release Candidate at ng-conf. With the new Angular architecture you can reuse skills and code between your web and native app
Almost 2 years ago it was my privilege to announce the first public release of NativeScript. Back then my team and I promised a lot of things for the future. Well, the future is now, and when I look back I’m extremely happy to see that we delivered on all of the things we promised in that very beginning, plus we added some more.
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