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This course focuses on developing truly cross-platform, native iOS and Android apps using NativeScript (Ver 3.x). The framework uses Angular, TypeScript or modern JavaScript to get truly native UI and performance while sharing skills and code with the web. You will learn about UI development with NativeScript UI and layout support and access the native mobile platform's capabilities from Javascript. You should have already completed the Bootstrap 4 and the Angular courses in this specialization before proceeding with this course. At the end of this course you will be able to (a) Build mobile applications targeting multiple platforms with a single codebase, (b) Leverage your Angular, TypeScript and Javascript skills, and (c) Use various features of the NativeScript framework to build truly cross-platform mobile applications...

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MA

Mar 20, 2018

Awesome and well structured course contents to grasp concepts of development with Nativescript

SB

Dec 12, 2017

Great course indeed! All the concepts were discussed thoroughly and in a lucid manner.

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par Brijesh P

Feb 15, 2018

It was good!

par Jitendra K J

Mar 30, 2018

Excellent.

par Raymond P

Aug 12, 2018

Great !!

par Aishwarya M

Aug 25, 2018

good

par Javier G H

Mar 29, 2019

There has been too much confusion with the exercises.

par Sebastian C B

Sep 30, 2017

While I appreciate the intention to expose people to this framework, NativeScript doesn't seem to be a mature enough technology to be part of this specialization. There is a lot of overlap with Ionic/Cordova course, and frankly, Ionic/Cordova does everything NativeScript does and better. Lots of repetition too, where the first week of the course is practically identical among all courses of this specialization. At least this is the conclusion from going thru both courses. I highly recommend removing this course from this specialization until the framework matures enough.