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Me: arrives in office plugin laptop
Laptop: ok let's a start windows
Windows: hello, welcome back!
Me: opens Android Studio, VS code, Nativescript Sidekick ... Continue work where I took off before Christmas
Windows: lets reboot this bitch!
Laptop: Oh lord!
Finished an MVP of my garage-opener-thingamajig!
Basically I decided I wanted to control my garage from my app. Retail solutions are expensive af. As a dev, the choice was easy!
DHT temperature sensor
Nativescript + Angular
Result: i can open my garage anywhere, safely (sorta?) via firebase, and get push notifs when it gets opened (from hcsr04), which triggers the pi camera, while also getting live temp feeds (this one is kinda for the giggles and utterly pointless but NUMBERZ!)
Anyway - fun side project! First version of my app looks like this. Its very rough, and I have a couple more details I wanna display, but for a first time app I'm happy!10
Best way to make cross platform apps (iOS + android)?
I've heard that the following are good options:
I have experience in web development but I am a quick learner and don't have a problem learning a new language.
Or should I go native and release apps for the different systems separately?26
In my opinion flutter is the best for cross platform mobile applications
Better than ionic, nativescript and xamarin for now14
Is there actually any crossplattform mobile development framework which is not a total pain in the ass to work with???!18
What Vue framework would you suggest for cross platform mobile apps? Sadly, I don't really have the time to learn nativescript.9
NativeScript 8 is released
- They move old docs to v7.docs.nativescript.org
- All links in Google broken
- Search bar on v7.docs.nativescript.org is broken
Can these people do anything right? Look at how Google does it, give me one domain that lets me switch versions.
Create-react-native-app is fucked up.
React-native init works but when i install react-navigation, it removes react-native, then I install react-native again and it removes react-navigation.
I'm done with react-native, moving to NativeScript.1
So, I'm starting cross platform mobile app development with NativeScript. Just side projects at the moment, nothing "business-related".
Well, as for the Android part, I'm free to choose whether I'd like to develop on Windows 10- or on my Linux machine. I can compile the project on either system. As for publishing it to Google Play, I might do it, I might not do it, since it is possible to install an app by providing the apk file.
As for the Apple part: I'd either have to buy an completely overpriced Apple computer (iMac, MacBook, etc.) or subscribe to a pricey online CI/CD service... just to be able to compile the fucking project. And if that wouldn't be enough, Apple wants to charge me 99 $ a year so I may have a chance to publish the app to their App Store... of course without any guarantees that my app will be published, because it might be revoked by them. WHAT THE FUCK?5
A question guys, I'm a web dev since 2012, started with php, then shifted to frontend, for 3 years my main was PHP and basic HTML CSS, in 2017 I shifted to / did courses on vuejs, angular and react (loved angular the most) also laravel. Have also dabbled a bit in python, for crawling and mining. The problem is I've never worked with a team or for a full fledged Dev company, so I'm unsure as to how to judge my growth and whether I'm moving in the right direction. I feel like I need a lot better understanding of Linux usage and server control, or should I learn nativescript etc.
What do you suggest? Should I simply look for a mentorship program, if yes any clue where?4
Hi, I need some advice about android app development. I am a front end web developer and I want to get into android development. I have created a simple restaurant app using phonegap and knockoutjs but I didn't like the performance. Can you recommend how should I get into android development? Nativescript and ionic also lack performance as far as I have researched. Any help is appreciated.11
first time building mobile apps, NativeScript + Angular2 haven't felt so much mixed emotions in a while3
Basic knowledge of iOS- en Android development necessary to develop with React Native, Ionic or NativeScript? If so or if not, why?3
What is the best way, in your opinion, to use vue.js for mobile development? I'm currently trying nativescript with Vue and it seems pretty good. Do you think it's worth using Vue, or it's better to stick with Ionic or React?1
Anyone here do much nativescript? I have never done any mobile dev but know angular quite well.
I'm trying to decide if it's worth jumping right into nativescript or taking my time to learn standard java and swift dev first to understand the underlying code... Then there's xamarin. Any advice?8
Anyone here has any good/bad stories with NativeScript? I can't get it working properly no matter what I do on my Mac. Never had this issue before.
I am considering learning Nativescript. Is it any good? I like that it is mostly native and not just a WebView.3
Does anyone use nativescript to build mobile apps? Can you mention some popular apps built using nativescript?1
Can anyone help me with NativeScript social Oauth login with Vue.js ? I've been trying to figure out how to implement it. Thanks in advance.
I think that Android native is great, but it takes too much time for a tiny progression, i might use one of the frameworks such as flutter or react native or even nativescript since I'm learnings vue js currently.
Any help or advice?6
Has anyone ever worked with a NativeScript Angular project? If so, how do you feel that they compare to regular Angular2+ webapps or to Ionic2+ mobile apps from a code writing and ease perspective? I just started working with Ionic2+ and they blew me away with the ease of code and how quickly you can get things running and how well and native they do look and act, however the user experience can't compete with that of Xamarin or ReactNative apps. I've also worked with just Angular2+ as well for particular apps and I can't say it's a bad experience because frankly it's one of the best pure web tools I've ever worked with.
Has anyone experience with NativeScript with or without Angular? I‘m currently planning for a new project and I want it to run on multiple devices. Especially I want it to run native on iOS and Android and (maybe with Electron) on desktop.
Currently I have only experience with Angular in the Web and inside Electron.
trying to build a mobile app,
try to use angular + nativescript as angular is a big thing.
get throw f-ing components and modules at my face like i need 3 files to make any progress.
switched to react native, everything is honky dory
what are your views on angular and why would you use it over react ? (real question )
Anybody used nativescript for mobile app development? Is it worth looking into or are there better alternatives for that?1
I was playing with NativeScript, it looks cool as fuck, writing typescript and angular + native ui elements that you can style with css. This is underrated.
Has sombody here used nativescript? If so, what's your review of it and how should I start? I have a safaribooks account.1
So I chose weex, web + mobile, and I can easily port my already written vue project, sweet, so I get to porting, run into a few issues but it's pretty easy, need to play with some of the root file path definitions, no "./"'s just "@/" (if you use @ as your root symbol).
great. Pug works, sass... seems to work, then I run into a pretty big issue with sass compilation/loading, can't find an answer for an hour.
So I go out. Then come home, no answer on my SO question.
So I google "jsfiddle weex" to get a jsfiddle template for debugging weex/vue projects.
well I've heard of framework7, but it would require me rewriting most of my element tags and components, but what's quasar?
I have a look, totally cross platform, desktop, web, mobile... wtf..
read the docs, "uses vue single file components"
..what, holy fuck, the documentation is beautiful, it uses vuex, fucking fuck.
I just found it 10 minutes ago....
wish me luck.........