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Reuse Angular Code within NativeScript Apps

NativeScript is a great framework to write mobile Apps for Android and iOS with Angular (2, 4 and so on). Read on, if you: have an existing Angular Web App or are planning to develop one you want to offer a native App for Android and iOS without a lot of extra work TL;DR It is possible to reuse code, especially Services and Pipes, if you are lucky some of the
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Frederik von Berg

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May 5, 2017

Nativescript: Actionbar with Android Material Design Icons

Have you ever wondered how you can get a Action Bar like this one in Nativescript? It’s easy: I hope you have Android Studio preinstalled, you need it. Create and open a example Android Project with Android Studio. Now Right-Click on your Project Folder, select   New -> Vector Asset which opens a new Dialog. You can select the Icon you want and click Next. Note the path, where the file is saved. In your
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Frederik von Berg

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Solution: Error: NativeScript CLI not found. Use ‘nativescript.tnsPath’ workspace setting to explicitly set the absolute path to the NativeScript CLI.

Have you ever had this error message in Visual Studio Code with the nativescript-vscode extension? (I use Ubuntu 16.04) I had this problem for a while now and didn’t find any bug report that helped me, after adding the correct ‘nativescript.tnsPath’ to the workspace settings, the problem still exists. The most funny part, from the Visual Studio Code terminal window, I could call “tns” as normal and it works, so the
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Frederik von Berg

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JavaScript Running On A Wearable? Yes, And Its Native.

A while ago some folks asked me, if it’s possible to use NativeScript and Angular with Android Wear. tl:dr; It’s possible, easy to setup in 5 steps and with FlexBox in NativeScript you can even handle small screens. NativeScript is a framework to build truly native apps for iOS and Android based on JavaScript. Furthermore it plays nice together with TypeScript and the famous Angular framework. I show you, how you can setup a
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Frederik von Berg

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What we learned in 1 year of Angular 2 trainings

When we founded theCodeCampus.de in 2014 we had some year’s experience in developing angular 1 applications. We also had a few years’ experience of doing trainings for Eclipse RCP. Last year we added our angular 2 trainings, months before angular 2 was finally released! We were really surprised how well it was received, but also faced some challenges! Read on, if you’re interested in what happened in the last year,
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Jan Blankenhorn

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JS goes mobile – Native Apps with JavaScript

Have you ever heard of ‘Mobile Native JavaScript‘? – No? It’s about writing native Apps with a native look & feel, but purely in JavaScript and the web technologies you love. The past We as developers had to make the hard decision, about writing a new app either native for each platforms or a hybrid app for all the platforms at once. As always there are some drawbacks: native Apps the
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Frederik von Berg

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Setup NativeScript and Angular 2

NativeScript came up as a framework to write native mobile Apps for Android and iOS, and they even want to come up with Windows 10 support in March 2016. My colleague described first steps in NativScript in his article back in December. Today I want to show you, how to setup your NativeScript + TypeScript + Angular2 Project and in another blog post I show you some basic features. The main
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Frederik von Berg

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Building Cross-Platform Mobile Apps with Nativescript

You need an app for Android, iOs and Windows Phone, but don’t want to write the code in three different languages? And the app should look as native as possible? Then Nativescript could be a solution. Why? Because it does not only look like a native app, it is native! Why NativeScript? NativeScript is a framework by Telerik, which allows you to develop apps for Android 4.2 and iOS 7.1.
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Simon Wolf

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