How to add vector animations on mobile applications? • r/angularjs

  • I’m fairly new with mobile app design and development, so I want to ask for any advices or opinions on the best way to add vector animations for mobile apps.
  • I basically have a slide set on the registration process of the app, each slide have a short description of what the app can do, above it is a vector animation (visual representation of the description).
  • How do other apps do this?
  • The last thing I want is to have a slow running device because of animations.
  • This is an example of a vector animation that I had in mind:

    I would appreciate any advice !

Hi! I’m fairly new with mobile app design and development, so I want to ask for any advices or opinions on the best way to add vector animations…
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NativeScript 3.0 lines up release with Angular 4

  • With NativeScript 2.5 recently reaching developers’ hands, the open source mobile framework’s builders are readying version 3.0 for an April release.
  • NativeScript enables development of native mobile applications for iOS and Android using JavaScript, producing one code base.
  • In NativeScript, the native platform’s rendering engine produces JavaScript modules and UIs.
  • The framework supports development using not only JavaScript, but also TypeScript and Google’s Angular framework; NativeScript supplements Angular when it comes to building mobile apps, providing access to native platform APIs and components.
  • A new release of the NativeScript UI was featured as well, with a more customizable DataForm control for building mobile forms, and bundling code with the WebPack module bundler was made easier.

Meanwhile, the framework for building native iOS and Android apps in JavaScript has improved debugging and Angular performance
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Why you should use AngularJS instead of Angular 2

  • Also, when I started with the offical Angular websites https://angularjs.org/ and https://angular.io/ and followed the recommendation:

    I spent several days using the various resources learning Angular 2 based on the above websites and faced a lot of difficulties.

  • Finally, I realized that learning Angular 2 to start taking advantage of the newly added feature, will cost me a lot of time and effort.
  • The main reason for posting this question is that we are working on a very critical project which requires a lot of effort and will take a at least one year to migrate the basic product features form the legacy platform to AngularJS or Angular 2.
  • What is mentioned there is that Angular 2 is in developer preview:

    However, the official websites doesn’t mention that.

  • So my recommendation to you is you have enough time to spend in learning Angular 2 and deal with the issues that might show-up then of course this is the recommended path, otherwise, best to stay with AngualrJS.

I am clarifying this question after I have been developing SPA for the past 5 months using AngualrJS. In the beginning, I was researching if I should start with Angular 2 instead.
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NativeScript 3.0 lines up release with Angular 4

  • With NativeScript 2.5 recently reaching developers’ hands, the open source mobile framework’s builders are readying version 3.0 for an April release.
  • NativeScript enables development of native mobile applications for iOS and Android using JavaScript, producing one code base.
  • In NativeScript, the native platform’s rendering engine produces JavaScript modules and UIs.
  • The framework supports development using not only JavaScript, but also TypeScript and Google’s Angular framework; NativeScript supplements Angular when it comes to building mobile apps, providing access to native platform APIs and components.
  • A new release of the NativeScript UI was featured as well, with a more customizable DataForm control for building mobile forms, and bundling code with the WebPack module bundler was made easier.

Meanwhile, the framework for building native iOS and Android apps in JavaScript has improved debugging and Angular performance
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