Do you develop NATIVE iOS and Android apps? Are you an Angular 2 pro or a newbie determined to improve your Angular skills (just Angular now)? Watch this video as we explore two heroes: Angular and NativeScript.
We introduce NativeScript in the context of Angular and dive into some code to see how mobile development differs from web development with Angular.
Familiarity with Angular 2 is recommended as we’ll only approach the NativeScript side of things. We won’t go into details about basic Angular concepts such as components, routing, and modules.
Alex Ziskind is a Pluralsight author and Telerik Developer expert. You can find him on Twitter @digitalix and on his blog.
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