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How I Wrote And Deployed A Mobile App Using Nativescript & Vue

Nativescript Is Awesome!

Two days ago I put out Relaxing Sounds. RS is a android(soon to be iOS) productivity application that plays various white noise sounds like thunderstorms and ocean waves. I wrote this app using Nativescript and Vue.js in a matter of 3 hours. Now keep in mind:

  1.  This is a simple app.
  2.  I just wanted to get my hands dirty with the core framework and have something to show for it.

I integrated admob and created a free and a pro version with plans to update the application to include a relaxing sounds livestream for 24 hr continuous new calming content. I was blown away by how fast I was able to transition from the DOM to Nativescript XML. If you don’t know anything about Nativescript then check out my blog post about it.

How Did I Write It So Fast?

Well once I understood the Nativescript system (which in itself only took a couple hours to understand and master) it was just a simple matter of how well do I know Vue.js? That’s the beauty of Nativescript! It abstracts the headache of interacting with the native hardware so your mind can stay in a purely web development mode. If you can write a PWA with Vue.js then you can write a truly native mobile application with Vue.js there really isn’t any excuse. Couple Nativescript with Vue.js and Laravel for your backend API and you can be a one man (or woman) code army.

Why Did I Write Relaxing Sounds?

I have always been a fan of using calming distracting audio; Whether it be while I code, sleep, meditate or study. I have downloaded apps in the past that have provided that functionality but for one reason or another I deleted them. So to remedy the problem I just wrote my own application. 

What Are My Future Plans For RS?

Really after my next release to add the livestream I don’t plan on giving it much attention development wise. I will study the analytics and create a marketing campaign if the data says it is worth it. Otherwise it is just another notch on my project belt and I will continue to use for my own personal enjoyment. If you want to support me then please download my application and rate it with comments! If you really enjoy it then I ask that you purchase the pro version for $1.99.

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