4 Angular 2 NativeScript App Examples & Tutorials

What is NativeScript?

NativeScript is a free and open source framework for building native iOS and Android apps using JavaScript and CSS. NativeScript renders UIs with the native platform’s rendering engine, no WebViews resulting in native-like performance and UX.

How can NativeScript work well with Angular 2?

The NativeScript core team works with the Angular team at Google to ensure NativeScript and Angular 2 are seamlessly integrated. If you know Angular, you’re already ready to develop amazing native mobile apps with NativeScript. Does the use of Angular 2 to drive the application’s architecture negates a lot of the speed benefit that React Native brings? What is the expense?

While there are many cases where Native development is the right choice, if your application is focused on communicating with remote servers, Hybrid development will often be the best choice for your cross-platform application.

So without further adue, here are some Angular 2 NativeScript App Examples & Tutorials which might help you.

 

1. Ionic 2/ Ionic 3 – Build iOS & Android Apps with Angular

Ionic 2 Ionic 3 Build iOS & Android Apps with Angular - 2
Ionic 2/ Ionic 3 – Build iOS & Android Apps with Angular

Angular 4 (formerly Angular 2) allows you to create awesome web applications powered by TypeScript / JavaScript. The Ionic 2 Framework allows you to do just that! Use your existing Angular, HTML, JS and CSS knowledge and build your native mobile app with that! Ionic 2 will handle the rest and compile your code for you. This allows you to focus on the things you know and release your application on all possible devices (desktop and mobile) without having to learn thousands of different languages!

Tutorial

2. NativeScript Official Tutorial

NativeScript Official Tutorial
NativeScript Official Tutorial

NativeScript ships with a set of user interface views (also known as widgets) which you can use to build the user interface of a mobile application. Most of these views wrap the corresponding native view for each platform while providing a common API for working with it. For example, the Button view renders an android.widget.Button on Android and UIButton on iOS.

Example

3. Native iOS and Android Apps With Angular 2 and NativeScript

Native iOS and Android Apps With Angular 2 and NativeScript
Native iOS and Android Apps With Angular 2 and NativeScript

NativeScript doesn’t require Angular, but it’s even better when you use it.
You can fully reuse skills and code from the web to build beautiful, high performance native mobile apps. NativeScript features deep integration with Angular 2, the latest and greatest (and fastest) Angular framework.

Tutorial

4. Mobile App With Angular Native

Mobile App With Angular Native
Mobile App With Angular Native

Meet Angular Native – a new platform that allows to create native software using cross-platform technologies. In other words, you get the best of both worlds – native performance and code sharing capabilities. Angular Native is not a brand name. It’s more of a bundle of two technologies, Angular 2 and NativeScript. We are going to see how it works, exemplify it with real cases, and cover strengths and weaknesses of both platforms.

Demo Tutorial

Sam Deering

Sam Deering

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