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In NativeScript 4, we've introduced a way for you to places your app Navigation Component (i.e. SideDrawer and TabView) at the root of the app, so that it can be available to all pages. We call this concept Flexible Frame Composition.
NativeScripting.com just released a new (and free) online course that dives into best practices on securing your enterprise mobile apps.
With some simple tweaks to your code you can build your existing NativeScript apps to target Android TV.
NativeScript 4.0 has been released! Read up on all of the changes and improvements to make your life developing truly native cross-platform mobile apps for iOS and Android even easier.
If you’ve worked in NativeScript apps for more than a few hours, you’ve probably has problems with the keyboard on iOS at some point. Luckily, there’s a pretty easily solution to these problems that you can drop in rather easily.
Did you miss the NativeScript-Vue webinar? No sweat as we have a recording available for you along with resources on helping you to get started quickly using Vue.js to create your next great native mobile app with NativeScript.
Coming up at the end of May is ProgressNEXT - your best opportunity to learn more about NativeScript and network with key NativeScript team members!
What I learned while building Elocute, a web and mobile app for language students and teachers
Today we’re going to step beyond the basics, and look at how to set up a robust local NativeScript-Vue development environment.
Learn how to add plugins to your NativeScript-Vue apps
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