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Last year the NativeScript team took ng-conf by storm. This year we’re back with more—more workshops, more sessions, and more questionable outfit choices. See all the things we’re up to!
We sit down with PluralSight author and NativeScript Developer Expert Alex Ziskind to talk about his newest course, what he sees on the horizon for mobile development and some advice for aspiring video course developers.
Learn how to create an animation in AfterEffects, export it to a json file, and use it for beautifully smooth animations in your NativeScript apps using the Lottie plugin based on AirBnB's library.
If you're ready to take your animations in NativeScript to the next level, Alex Ziskind has just released another course on Pluralsight specifically for NativeScript and Angular animations.
Want to use a numeric keyboard in your iOS NativeScript app? Let's look at what's possible out of the box, as well as what's possible by using the power of NativeScript's extensible nature.
Another feature-packed release of NativeScript is available for download! Version 2.5 brings a variety of fixes and enhancements including support for WebPack 2.0, debugging via Chrome DevTools, and a variety of CLI improvements.
A new version of Telerik UI for NativeScript is here with a new Gauge control plus improved DataForm and AutoCompleteTextView components!
Meet our new Plugins Hub, a community-built marketplace for NativeScript plugins
The final article in our "week of NativeScript UI" series focuses on the Calendar control which allows you to easily leverage the native iOS and Android calendar UI.
Our "week of NativeScript UI" continues with this article on using the new AutoCompleteTextView control.
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