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In NativeScript Core applications, a common pattern to support two-way data binding is to create a view model that extends NativeScript’s own Observable. By using Observable’s get() and set() methods, we get UI updates for free. Unfortunately, these methods accept magic strings to let the API know what property name was updated. With the help of TypeScript, we can solve this problem!
Meet the NativeScript Champions
The NativeScript Community Survey has launched! Help guide the direction of NativeScript by participating in this survey.
Announcing the Gifts of the Magi NativeScript Playground Contest
In this article I’ll tell you how I build NativeScript apps. One of the great things about NativeScript is you have a lot of flexibility in how you build, so you can find a workflow that works for you. Let’s look at how I build.
Read up on what big changes are coming up next for NativeScript UI!
Meet Panayot Cankov, Principal Software Developer for NativeScript Modules
How to make a Collapsible Custom ActionBar in NativeScript
Creating an app with multiple side drawers
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