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In December of 2017, the NativeScript team released a survey to take the pulse of our community. And here are the results!
Learn how to access relational, big data, and SaaS data in your next NativeScript app by leveraging Progress DataDirect Hybrid Data Pipeline and avoid writing your own APIs.
Learn about an experimental new way to embed NativeScript in an existing iOS app.
Join us in a new online webinar where we will discuss code sharing techniques between web and native mobile.
Yesterday we released a new version of the NativeScript Webpack plugin that includes some non-trivial changes. In this article we’ll walk you through why we made these changes, and what you’ll need to change in your apps to upgrade.
NativeScript 3.4 has arrived! Read up on all the new features and improvements including official support for Angular 5.
Meet Alex Vakrilov, December's Featured Engineer
In NativeScript Core applications, a common pattern to support two-way data binding is to create a view model that extends NativeScript’s own Observable. By using Observable’s get() and set() methods, we get UI updates for free. Unfortunately, these methods accept magic strings to let the API know what property name was updated. With the help of TypeScript, we can solve this problem!
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