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Progress Software is a sponsor of this year's ng-conf event and will have many activities going on, many of which you can catch remotely via the live stream.
Learn about using existing Objective-C, Swift, and Java libraries with NativeScript via Nathan Walker's new course on egghead.io.
The NativeScript 3.0 release candidate is available for use today!
Last week, the Angular team released Angular 4.0.0, and today we’re happy to announce that NativeScript now supports this latest update 🎉
Angular 4 brings smaller application packages and faster runtime speeds. Let’s look at how you can update your NativeScript apps to take advantage of these optimizations.
This guest blog post from Nick Branstein looks at using required form fields with Angular and NativeScript.
Create a chat interface using Angular, NativeScript, and Firebase
Did you know NativeScript provides an open source functional testing framework that works for both native and hybrid apps? Vasil Chimev gives us more information in this article.
Last week I sat down and talked to Mike and Nick Branstein, authors of NativeScript in Action. In the video Mike and Nick talk about what got them started with NativeScript, what made them want to write a book, and what the experience of writing a tech book is like.
Ever wondered how to navigate two or more separated sections of the screen independently? In this article I will explain how that can be done with the help of named router outlets.
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