In this continuation of the topic of using NativeScript with Azure Mobile Services, I show how you can use the open sourced iOS library that the Azure team has put together in your NativeScript apps to access the full gamut of functionality that the service offers. I will show a proof of concept here to use the full library to fetch some table data, but you can do much, much more.
See this for the introduction post on using NativeScript with Azure Mobile Services. That post covers a very rudimentary method for accessing a Backend as a Service (BaaS), but it shows how to use npm modules with your NativeScript apps. For more on authoring your own npm modules for NativeScript, take a look at TJ VanToll’s detailed post on the topic.