If you’re ready to take your animations in NativeScript to the next level, Alex Ziskind has just release another course on Pluralsight specifically for NativeScript and Angular animations. You can find the course hereContinue
NativeScript 2.5 just dropped and it has really awesome features like Chrome debugging and an improved run command. So I couldn’t wait to upgrade my existing installation. I’ve already written a post on upgrading and a video about the same, but I wanted to record an real world upgrade process and see if I hit any snags while doing it. So I recorded it and uploaded the video. Here is a great introduction to all the new features in NativeScript 2.5.Continue
What’s a FAB? This is a Floating Action Button that has been popularized by the Material Design paradigm. It’s a button that hovers over your content and provides a quickly accessible single function, and it’s no longer only for Android apps. Many iOS apps now include the FAB as well.
OAuth has been adopted my many organizations, large and small, as the (current) best standard for authenticating and authorizing their users. OAuth 2.0 being the latest iteration of the standard and it’s used to offload the burdensome security related parts of applications to third party experts.
While writing your own OAuth flow for your apps could be a fun experience (for those of you that really enjoy headaches), most of the time we are happy plugging in a third party SDK so we can authenticate against their service.
In the NativeScript world, we could use third party SDKs, or we could simply use the new OAuth plugin available on NPM. Here’s how you can start.
Those of us that have been looking for a way to call