What Is Nativescript?
How Did You Hear About It?
It’s funny actually. Last year I was reading documentation on Laravel’s website and saw an ad for Nativescript. It intrigued me so I decided to click the ad and instantly was glad I did. Although the project looked very promising, the Vue.js integration wasn’t complete yet and I wasn’t interested in going back to Angular so I left it alone. A few months later nativescript-vue was released and I came running back.
What Are The Advantages To Using Nativescript?
- Well the first one is that you actually get native performance. This isn’t like Ionic or Cordova where your web app is hosted in a WebView running inside an app container. This is actual transpiled code from web technologies to mobile technologies.
- Low learning curve. Since you can develop using Vue and all Vue extensions there is no extra learning curve as far as syntax is concerned. Just setup the environment and you are ready to turn your web applications into native mobile applications. If you want an intro to Vue.js check out my video course.
- Extensive marketplace. The Nativescript ecosystem allows developers to create packages and are managed by npm. Easily extend the functionality of your mobile applications.
- It’s FREE. Nativescript is free and open source to use for free and commercial use and has an Apache 2 license.
Want A More In Depth Explanation?
Watch my Youtube video and learn more about the power of Nativescript and even start on an example mobile application! Don’t forget to like and share the video and subscribe to my channel!
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