In this video, we take a look at the nativescript-toast plugin. This is an easy to use plugin that can display toasts to the user!
In this video, we make our first NativeScript plugin for Android. We take a look at building it from Nathan Walker's seed.
In this video, we create a NativeScript application using Angular and the NativeScript Text to Speech plugin.
Nic Raboy shows how to use modal dialogs within a NativeScript Angular application for Android and iOS.
Nic Raboy shows how to use the Gravatar to automatically load profile pictures based on email address.
Learn how to animate UI components using the Angular 2 animation component instead of CSS keyframes.
Learn how to ship a NativeScript application built using Angular 2 with a pre-populated SQLite database.
Learn how to animate UI components using CSS keyframes in a NativeScript Angular 2 application to improve user experience.
Learn how to pass data more complex than URL parameter strings between pages of a NativeScript Angular 2 app.
Nic Raboy demonstrates how to create cross-platform unit tests for a NativeScript project that uses Angular 2.
Eddy uses Nathan Walker's awesome seed to create a plugin!.
How to grab the latest bits from the nativescript-cli repo on GitHub and run multiple versions of the CLI on your machine.
Nic Raboy shows us how to create an application that uses NoSQL and syncs between devices using Angular 2 and Couchbase.
Using NativeScript's zonedCallback global, you can ensure your view updates happen as expected when wiring up 3rd party plugin callbacks.
Angular CLI is a sweet way to create an Angular 2 app quickly, but how to add NativeScript to the mix? With a little magic of course.
Angular 2 encourages us to keep our components separate from one another, but usually components need to pass information. This is done via EventEmitters.
Josh Sommer shows you how to create a very simple draggable object on the screen using the absolute layout and the touch event gesture.
NativeScript does not have the often used Local Storage API, but it does have a very similar API called “ApplicationSettings” that can be used in almost the exact same way. In this video we look at how to stringify, store and retrieve objects.
Nic Raboy shows how to deploy a pre-filled SQLite database in a NativeScript Android and iOS mobile application.
Nic Raboy shows how to use local notifications in your NativeScript Android and iOS mobile application.
Brad Martin gives you the lowdown on Chrome tabs, which launch web content on Android without relying on a webview.
In this episode, TJ VanToll shows you how to easily create and control animations and animation timings via the NativeScript animate API.
In this episode, Todd Anglin goes over how to add built-in support for Sass and Less to your NativeScript project.
In this episode, Burke shows you how to install the NativeScript extension for Visual Studio Code, and how you can debug your TypeScript applications in real time.
In this short video, I’ll show you how to add the Font Awesome icon font to a NativeScript application, how to search for icons you need, and the right escape sequences to get those icons working in NativeScript.
In this video, I’ll show you how to create custom XML tags in NativeScript. This is very useful for creating re-usable components, and breaking up your markup into smaller, more modular files.
A look at how to style NativeScript apps so they look beautimus. Based on the wonderful wonderful tutorial called 'NativeScript Beers'
How to use the Observable Array in NativeScript to create collections of items that are bound to a user interface.
A short video on understanding how to reference modules / files in NativeScript and understanding the difference between node_modules and project files.