Angular 2.0 support in UI for NativeScript is growing—in addition to ListView and SideDrawer, we've now extended support with Calendar and Chart components.
We released Angular 2.0 support in UI for NativeScript a month ago, delivering the first components to Angular developers in the form of the completely free RadListView and RadSideDrawer components. We have been working hard since then and now we’re really excited about extending the suite with two more components—Chart and Calendar. The features at a glance in this release are:
Calendar for Angular 2 exposes all of the functionality that you can find in its NativeScript UI counterpart. The following features are at your disposal:
You can learn more about the the Angular 2 Calendar in our documentation.
Chart for Angular (Beta) supports all popular chart and axes types already supported by the NativeScript UI counterpart. Here is a short list of the currently available features:
You can learn more about the the Angular 2 Calendar at our documentation.
To make sure you can easily get started using the component we have extended our SDK Examples application by adding a bunch of new examples for RadCalendar. You can find the source of the application on GitHub here for more information on how to use each particular feature.
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So, what's ahead? We have a pretty aggressive release cycle, so in just about six weeks you can expect:
Stay tuned for more!
Nikolay Diyanov Diyanov is the Product Manager of the Native Mobile UI division at Progress. Delivering outstanding solutions that make developers' lives easier is his passion and the biggest reward in his work. In his spare time, Nikolay enjoys travelling around the world, hiking, sun-bathing and kite-surfing.
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