What’s new in NativeScript

The framework that turns JavaScript, TypeScript, and Angular into native mobile apps adds starter templates, has direct Vue.js support

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NativeScript, a framework for native mobile application development leveraging JavaScript technologies, now has Version 4.1 avaiable, as well as Version 1.0 of its NativeScript-Vue open source project available and the NatievScript Schematics frsmework. 

Featuring a set of cross-platform abstractions and runtimes, open source NativeScript lets you  develop native mobile apps with JavaScript, TypeScript, or Angular. A NativeScript runtime translates between JavaScript, TypeScript, and Angular and the native APIs in Apple iOS and Google Android, letting developers write an application just once to support both platforms. 

Where to download NativeScript

You can download NativeScript CLI through NPM, after installing Node.js: npm install -g nativescript. You can download the source code for NativeScript-Vue from GitHub.

Current version: What’s new in NativeScript 4.1

NativeScript 4.1 became available in late May 2018, providing tighter integration with the Angular JavaScript framework as well as improved performance on Android devices.

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