That's it! Congratulations on completing your first NativeScript and Angular 2 mobile app. I hope you'll go on to create many more.
I'm Reggie Dawson, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, thanks for watching!
1.Introduction1 lesson, 00:50
2.First Look at Nativescript4 lessons, 19:03
3.Nativescript Basics3 lessons, 20:34
4.Build a Nativescript and Angular 2 App5 lessons, 27:32
5.Conclusion1 lesson, 00:58
Thanks for watching the Get Started with NativeScript and Angular 2 mobile course with Tuts+. We have now learned about NativeScript and built a small app. It may seem simple, but this has the potential to be a full featured app, complete with a powerful backend. Now this project is not perfect by a long shot. Even though I added component CSS files, I didn't really do any styling on the app. The default controls look okay, but there is so much more we can do with our app to make it stand out. NativeScript is not perfect and it does have a few bugs, but the fact that we can develop Native apps just by using Angular 2 and TypeScript is a game changer. Any developer interested in performance from their app should seriously look into NativeScript. Once you understand how the pieces of NativeScript fit together with Angular, any type of app is possible. For me going forward, NativeScript will definitely be the go to framework when I am building mobile apps. Good luck with using NativeScript, and I hope that you can come up with some great apps. Again this has been Reggie Dawson for Tuts+. Thanks for watching.