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Today we’re happy to announce that a chapter on NativeScript is now available as part of the popular ng-book 2, and we have an offer code so you can get the book at a discount.
Ever tried asking Siri to open the front door and still had to do it yourself? I feel your pain. Time to buy a few home automation devices and create an app for that!
AngularCamp is an inspiring event that is focused on the community of developers.
Everyone here is important including the superstars and people who just begin their journey.
Having been a core contributor, I want to show you how to make the most of it by customizing the SASS it provides.
Create a mobile app using Angular 2, NativeScript and Firebase
When you develop mobile applications you should always be alert on the performance and always optimize. In this blog post I will walk you through a very effective pattern that describes optimizing the loading time of an application when using Angular. Meet "Angular Lazy Loading".
In the era of mobile devices, most of the user interactions with the device happen without additional hardware keyboards involved. This is comfortable for mobility purposes. However, the software keyboard is not always your best typing friend. To address the loss of tactile keyboards, most software keyboards offer some means for predictive completion.
Often, the application developer would like the application user to choose from a defined set of choices. For example, the choices may be a list of origin airports serviced by an airplane company, or possibly a list of your friends in a social app context. In this case, the AutoCompleteTextView for NativeScript will be your best friend. Let’s dive in a little deeper into the useful features that the control provides.
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.
Raymond Camden fires up the NativeScript Developer Day crowd with an amazing talk on why we love what we do and how to love it more!
Just yesterday Facebook announced the release of their open source native library called "Keyframes” . It is a library that is able to export and playback Adobe After Effects animations.
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