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Just like all mushrooms are edible, except some only once in your lifetime, so are the NgModules - some you can import everywhere, and some only once per app.
Do you know, which modules you should import everywhere and which only once?
Do you know what happens every time you add NativeScriptModule to each of your @NgModule?
The professional components in NativeScript UI have been split up! This is good news for NativeScript developers as they are still free, but now usable individually, instead of adding the entire UI package to your app.
Meet Veselina Radeva, February's Featured Engineer
Last week, Jen Looper and Igor Randjelovic announced a 1.0 release of NativeScript-Vue. In this article we’ll answer some common questions about NativeScript-Vue, talk about what’s next, and discuss how you can get involved.
WordPress runs almost 30% of all websites today. How about learning how to re-purpose that content in a cross-platform native mobile app with NativeScript?
Login and registration screens are a necessary evil for many mobile applications. In this article you’ll learn how to get a basic login screen running in your NativeScript app quickly, as well as how to add some more advanced functionality.
nslayouts.com is a new resource to help new (and experienced!) NativeScript developers to learn more about NativeScript layout containers.
In this guest post, Pyze President & CEO Prabhjot Singh shows how you can leverage Pyze to improve user engagement and interaction with your NativeScript apps.
Meet Vasil Chimev, January's Featured Engineer
In the last post of our Week of NativeScript, we take a close look at our iOS and Android app settings and how Sidekick makes it oh-so-much easier to manage them.
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