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The NativeScript team just released version 3.4 (including Angular 5 support!) and we have a new web/mobile code sharing webinar coming up (with the Google team!) in January.
November is shaping up to be a busy month here at NativeScript HQ! Sidekick 1.0 is released, we have many updates on using Vue with NativeScript, and the 3.3 release of the NativeScript CLI is hot off the presses.
We showed off a lot of new stuff at NativeScript Developer Day NYC! Come and see all the new goodies.
NativeScript Sidekick gets an update, learn about the Developer Day conferences in NYC and Rotterdam, and catch up with some of our most recent performance related content.
NativeScript 3.1 has some fantastic improvements for you. You'll be building faster apps, and debugging your layours easier than before. Also, we talk about Kinvey joining our family and what it means for you.
Yep, It is the big 3.0 launch. Also, read about our new tool NativeScript Sidekick, the NativeScript ambassadors program and also about NativeScripting, the most comprehensive video tutorials on NativeScript anywhere.
We are preparing for NativeScript 3.0. To celebrate, we've gotten each of you a free gift. Also, check out the videos of our presentations at ng-conf!
We teased out some of the big NativeScript 3.0 features and also set up a free video training campaign for you. The videos were all claimed in 2 hours. Also, check out how we do remote meetup presentations.
We crushed it with NativeScript 2.5. Come get WebPack 2.0 support, Angular Lazy loading and AoT compilation, Chrome DevTools debugger integration, Debug and LiveSync+watch support for VS Code extension and more!
Tne NativeScript community shared some great things to celebrate the closing of a very successful year. In this edition, find a great deal on our NativeScript UI component suite, a fun holiday contest, the new NativeScript Theme Builder and an introduction to some of our NativeScript expert community members.
NativeScript 2.4 delivers so many great features to help you build the best mobile applications possible. Web Workers help you offload processing intensive code to the background. FlexBox helps you use layout concepts from the web in your truly native mobile apps. The new CSS theme gives you a straightforward way to skin and style your applications. Plus, meet the NativeScript Product Manager Valio Stoychev who steers the NativeScript ship.
In this issue we discuss the NativeScript 2.2 launch and how it improves the developer experience. Also, meet the Product Manager of NativeScript UI -Nikolay Diyanov. Learn about accessibility in mobile applications and how you are affected. Plus, you'll hear all about the new plugin contest and how you can enter.
In this issue we discuss the NativeScript 2.1 launch and how it improves the developer experience. Also, learn more about NativeScript Developer Day, 2 days of NativeScript (and Angular) content for $70.
You'll also find the winner and runners up to the NativeScript Weather app contest and a round up of interesting news you might have missed.
In this issue, get introduced to NativeScript 2.0, the premier way to write native apps with Angular. Also, meet some of the faces of NativeScript like Vladimir Enchev, one of the Senior Directors of Engineering, as well as 5 new NativeScript Community Experts.
You'll also find links to an Ionic theme to easily bring color to your NativeScript app as well as tons of new plugins you can use in your apps.
In this issue, we discuss the NativeScript 1.7 launch. Also, we announce the winner of the BBC reader competition, Peter Staev, discuss a bunch of upcoming Angular+NativeScript news and the release of NativeScript Snacks - bite sized NativeScript tutorials in video form.
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