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Code a Mobile App With NativeScript



NativeScript is a framework for building cross-platform native mobile apps. It allows developers to use JavaScript, TypeScript or Angular to build apps for iOS and Android. Unlike Cordova, which uses WebView for rendering the UI of the app, NativeScript uses the native platform's rendering engine and accesses the native APIs, so that it provides a truly native user experience.

In this course, Keyvan Kasaei will introduce you to NativeScript and show you step by step how to build a simple application. Along the way you'll learn how to implement a simple app workflow with network requests, an MVVM architecture, and some of the most important NativeScript UI components. By the end, you'll understand why you should consider NativeScript for your next mobile app project.

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