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Watch an hour long introductory presentation on NativeScript here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mI9zW6YsF1Y&list=PLG2EHzEbhy0-QirMKgSxhjkUyTSSTvHjL&index=2
The latest release delivers some huge improvements across the framework in these areas - Performance, UI, Debugging/Hot Reload, Angular 2.0, Plugins.
Before taking a closer look at everything we are shipping today, we have an exciting news to share - we just opened a public NativeScript Slack channel! To join the discussions - join the NativeScript Slack channel.
You will learn how to build a cross platform communication application by following along with the book Getting Started with NativeScript.
Take a look at several new videos on paths in NativeScript applications, Control Value access, Observables and Observable Arrays.
Download the free eBook "TypeScript Deep Dive" and get 179 pages of examples and clear explanations designed to teach you how to develop with TypeScript.
NativeScript offers access to very powerful native platform features. One of those features is real animations. In this post, we'll look at some recent plugins available to add hearts to your NativeScript application. Just in time for Valentine's day!
NativeScript presentation open to the public. Join us on Feb 18th at 12:00 EST.
A new NativeScript plugin is available on NPM to load videos in a NativeScript application.
Easily enabling bi-directional communication between WebView and Android or iOS runtimes is now made easier with the new plugin nativescript-webview-interface.
We believe the combination of NativeScript and Angular 2 is a great way to develop both Mobile and Web applications in the most elegant and efficient manner.
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