NativeScript App Development - Not just another language!
NativeScript App Development is an open-source framework to develop apps on the Apple iOS and Android platforms.
It was originally conceived and developed by Progress.
Mobile applications built with NativeScript App Development result in fully native apps, which use the same APIs as if they were developed in Xcode or Android Studio.
Additionally, software developers can re-purpose third-party libraries from CocoaPods, Maven, and npm.js in their mobile applications without the need for wrappers.
NativeScript was publicly released first in March 2015.
Version 1.0.0 followed two months later.
The framework quickly gained popularity reaching 3000 github-stars and over 1500 followers on Twitter soon after the public release.
In the meantime, over 700 plugins are available, which are either officially supported by Progress or stem from the open source community.
The use of Angular is an optional development approach allowing for application source code to be shared between the web platform and mobile platform.
See Also: Vue JS App Development
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