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It is time to celebrate! The long awaited official release of Angular 2 is now live! At a special event today Brad Green announced the immediate availability of the Angular 2 bits.
NativeScript team is also pleased to announce our compatible NativeScript SDK integrated with the official Angular 2 bits today!
We built a Visual Studio Code extension for NativeScript. Read the lessons we learned along the way.
I’m extremely excited to announce an initiative that we were working for several releases now - NativeScript Code Samples!
To make you more productive and to get onboard faster we are releasing 60+ code samples, entirely according to the native UX guidelines, documented, tested and most important entirely open source and contribution friendly!
The latest links, posts and updates from the NativeScript community.
OAuth is being used everywhere. While writing your own OAuth flow for your apps could be a fun experience, most of the time we are happy plugging in a third party SDK so we can authenticate against their service. In the NativeScript world we have a new option for using OAuth with our apps and that is a plugin available on NPM. Here's how you can use it.
It’s time for another This Week in NativeScript, your weekly collection of NativeScript links, plugins, and more 🚀
NativeScript applications have accessibility features to make adaptive technologies work with your mobile application.
While each fiil-in form on mobile is different, the overall concept of presenting properties according to a specific data type, ensuring validation rules are respected, and saving the information follows a consistent and regular form. Wouldn’t you like to have an easy to use component that provides the end-user with the ability to enter all this data in a user-friendly and convenient way? Introducing the DataForm for NativeScript!
It is the middle of the summer here at the NativeScript headquarters, but this isn’t an excuse for us not to deliver another quality and on-time release. Please welcome NativeScript 2.2; go get the code and read about all the new things we managed to release in the last month.not
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