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late summer app contest
When your application needs to perform heavy, non-UI work, you must take care not to block the UI thread and disrupt the otherwise smooth user experience. On Android, using background services is the right technique for the job.
It’s the second _This Week in NativeScript_ in August, your weekly collection of all things NativeScript from the NativeScript community.
It’s time for another _This Week in NativeScript_, your weekly collection of all things NativeScript from the NativeScript community
Since NativeScript is an open source project, you may have been wondering how you can get the repository to your local machine and start contributing. Or perhaps you just want to try out the latest features that are scheduled to come out in the next release. Either way, I’m going to show you how you can grab the latest and greatest bits from the nativescript-cli repository on GitHub and be able to run multiple versions of the CLI on your machine.
Welcome to This Week in NativeScript, your weekly installment of links, videos, plugins, and more by the NativeScript community. As always, if we missed anything, make sure to add a comment so we can add it to the list.
NativeScript in Action is soon-to-be released book about NativeScript written by Mike and Nick Branstein. The first chapter is available now at no charge.
It’s time for another This Week in NativeScript—our weekly compilation of articles, plugins, and other things that you, the NativeScript community, creates
It's hard to pick a mobile development framework. This article breaks down the differences between NativeScript and Xamarin.
Our premium component suite just released Angular 2 compatibility for both the Calendar and Chart components. Additionally, the UI suite has full support for both NativeScript 2.1 and Angular 2 RC3.
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