- Extend your existing iOS app with Angular 2 and NativeScript
- Run Script should be the first build phase.
- Similar to my previous post I’ll show you how to extend your iOS application with NativeScript and Angular 2 .
- Both can be found in your NativeScript app \platforms\ios\ and \lib\ios\ folders.
- 4. Add reference to NativeScript.framework and TNSWidgets.framework
Similar to my previous post I’ll show you how to extend your iOS application with NativeScript and Angular 2.
Continue reading “Extend your existing iOS app with Angular 2 and NativeScript – Medium”
- Create New Ionic Framework Project
- Using the localForage Library in Your Ionic Framework Project
- Above is the same HTML file that we included the localForage library to.
- As previously stated, the project is meant to be very simple.
- The $scope.data.firstname and $scope.data.lastname taken from the prompt will be pushed into our people scope and then that scope is saved.
Learn how to use Mozilla’s localForage library as a more compatible storage solution for Ionic Framework Android and iOS mobile applications.
Continue reading “Use Mozilla’s LocalForage For Key-Value Storage In Ionic Framework”
- Finally we have a create function that will allow us to navigate to another component.
- Now we can look at creating data to be displayed in our list component.
- Just like with the list component we’re going to focus on the TypeScript logic first.
- Open your project’s app/components/create/create.component.ts file and include the following code.
- The first few lines aren’t much different than what we saw in the list component.
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Build A Simple Mobile App With NativeScript And Angular 2