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It may seem hard to believe, but it's already been two years already since NativeScript was officially announced. At the time, building native mobile apps with JavaScript seemed like a strange (perhaps crazy) idea... how quickly things have changed!

Today, NativeScript has a large and rapidly growing community. This has only picked up pace this year since NativeScript added Angular 2 support. To better serve this community, we thought that the NativeScript community deserved a dedicated event—thus was born NativeScript Developer Day, which is being held in Boston on September 19-20.

A Community Event

The goal of NativeScript Developer Day is to be a community event. To this end, while our speaker list includes members of the NativeScript and Developer Relations teams here at Progress, the majority of the sessions are from speakers who have real-world experience developing mobile applications. If you are already a NativeScript developer or you've just been curious to hear what all the hype is about—this is your opportunity to get the details you need from the experts who know!

The other important aspect of making this a community event was affordability. You can purchase tickets to the full-day hands on workshop teaching you how to build mobile apps with Angular 2 and the full day conference for just $35 a day! Yes, that's a full day event, plus lunch, plus networking social for just $35.

You can get full details about the schedule and speakers and more at the NativeScript Developer Day site.

Registration Is Open Now!

This event is going to be tons of fun—and a great chance to meet other developers focused on mobile development and NativeScript. Tickets for NativeScript Developer Day are already on sale. Seating (especially for the full-day, pre-conference workshop) is limited, so don't hesitate.

Brian Rinaldi is the Developer Content Manager at Telerik
About the Author

Brian Rinaldi

Brian Rinaldi is a Developer Advocate at Progress focused on the Kinvey mobile backend as a service. You can follow Brian via @remotesynth on Twitter.


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