Progress NativeScript UI 2.0 is Live with Support for NativeScript 3.0_870x220
UI for NativeScript is updated with full support for NativeScript 3.0 and new features and fixes. Read on to see what's coming next.

With the big NativeScript 3.0 release and all of the benefits that come with it, we are now happy to announce that our NativeScript UI suite is also upgraded to support {N} 3.0. For all of the customers of the PRO version: you can now go to your Telerik.com account and download the new bits. For those of you who are using the Free version or are simply curious to check out what's the fuss all about: here are the NPMJS.com links for the plugins:

What's Inside?

The UI for NativeScript 2.0 release of the suite is mostly focused on NativeScript 3.0 compatibility. However, we have also managed to address important requests from the community (github.com/telerik/nativescript-ui-feedback), fix issues and polish the components. For more information on what's new and fixed, take a look at our release notes list here:
http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/nativescript-ui/release-notes#release-notes-200

What's Next?

We have a lot of plans for UI for NativeScript and can share some details for the near future:
  • We plan to continue polishing the suite by addressing critical issues reported by members of our community. Please make sure you share your thoughts here: github.com/telerik/nativescript-ui-feedback
  • Multiple-template support for ListView
  • AutoCompleteBox will get support for Angular
  • A brand new TabView component is on the horizon
  • A major new feature is coming for RadCalendar—DayView
We are really excited to be sharing this with you and rely on your feedback to do better—so get back to us with your thoughts!
Deyan Ginev
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Deyan Ginev

Deyan has been with Telerik for more than ​six years working on several different products with main focus on mobile technologies. Deyan is currently working on NativeScript– a platform for developing native mobile apps with JavaScript. Find him on Twitter via
@deyan_ginev.

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