If yes, then this course is for you.
Unlike Apache Cordova, NativeScript does not use a web-view to render and run your apps inside of it, it produces native apps for Android as well as IOS.
We will begin from scratch by downloading and installing NativeScript and setup our development environment for android development on windows.
We will learn some of the fundamental components and concepts of NativeScript and Move on to create a RSS feed reader as our Project for this course.
NativeScript works the same on windows, Mac or Linux operating systems.
You should not have any trouble taking this course if you wish to develop for IOS on a MAC.
For recording this course only windows operating system is used.
In this lecturer we will discuss the introductory stuff about the course. We will see the following
In this video we will discuss the following
In this video we will do the following
In this video we will create our first app using the NativeScript CLI (Command Line Interface) and we will take a look at varous commands that you can use to build you app.
In this video you will learn various ways to debug an app in NativeScript
In this video we will take a brief tour of Documentation in NativeScript
In this video we will take an in-depth look in to each file of our sample app and understand how a NativeScript app works
In this video we will see how views work in a NativeScript app
In this video we will learn how to add CSS styles in a NativeScript app
In this video we will learn how to create your own custom views in a NativeScript app
In this video we will add view specific styles to our custom views
In this video we will learn how we can navigate between two views in NativeScript
In this video we will see how we can create lists in a NativeScript app
In this video we will see how to make a http call and get data from a rest API
In this video we will see how to use Native device Camera API for taking pictures in NativeScript
In this video we will create a new NativeScript app and prep it according to use project needs
In this video we will take a look at the RSS feed that we will be using for this project
In this video we will start to code our app by getting the RSS data by making a http call
In this video we will wire up our click function to navigate to our second view
In this video we will code our second view to receive the data that we get from our first view
In this video we will open the links from our RSS feed in the device's native web browser
In this video we will add some finishing touches to our app by adding some styles to it
Hi my name is Prantik Vaghela AKA pointDeveloper.
I have a bachelors and masters degree in computer science and have been a web developer for two years. I also have been creating hybrid mobile apps using phonegap and ionic for a year now.
I have published apps on to the google playstore which i have created using ionic as well as phonegap.