Free Video Training on NativeScript + JavaScript and NativeScript + Angular_870_220

Developing native Android and iOS mobile applications has never been easier with the incredibly popular NativeScript framework. With these two on-demand video courses, you’ll be creating beautiful cross-platform applications in no time.

Here at Progress, we realize everyone learns about new technologies at their own speed and via different mediums. That's why today we are happy to announce the availability of two free on-demand video courses that will help you learn more about developing applications with NativeScript + vanilla JavaScript and NativeScript + Angular.

In "NativeScript for the Angular Developer" and "NativeScript 101: A Quickstart to Building Mobile Apps," enrolled students will learn how to create native mobile applications for Android and iOS using common web technologies such as TypeScript, JavaScript, XML and CSS.

Each of the two courses will teach you how to reach the same end-goals in an application, but in different ways. Students can choose to develop NativeScript applications with the vanilla JavaScript (a.k.a. "Core") version of the framework in "NativeScript 101" or with Angular and TypeScript in "NativeScript for the Angular Developer."

Regardless of the development path chosen, students will walk away with the knowledge to create beautiful native applications that include data persistence and interaction with remote web services via HTTP requests.

“NativeScript 101” normally costs $25, while “NativeScript for the Angular Developer” will normally run you $50. But now for a limited time, you can get both of these courses for free with our compliments. Simply register below and a coupon code will be applied to the purchase. 

NativeScript for the Angular Developer

NativeScript 101: A Quickstart to Building Mobile Apps

Don't wait, grab your spot today! This offer expires on April 30, 2017.


Rob Lauer is a Product Manager for Telerik
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Rob Lauer

Rob Lauer is Senior Manager of Developer Relations at Progress and has a passion for mobile app development and the open web. You can find Rob rambling as @RobLauer on Twitter.

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