May 13 – 15, 2019 | London

Sharing Code between Web and Native Mobile Apps with Angular and NativeScript

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Tuesday, October 24 2017
17:15 - 18:15
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Forum 12

With the dawn of Angular v2 and it’s platform agnostic architecture we find ourselves in a world of new possibilities. Just top it up with complementing Open Source frameworks like NativeScript (to build Native iOS and Android apps) and Electron (to build desktop apps) and we can begin to tackle the platform fragmentation. Using Angular as the common ground, this beautiful combo allows us to share the code between the Web, Mobile (both iOS and Android) and Desktop apps. Suddenly the division between the Web, Mobile and Desktop developers disappears and everyone is simply a Developer like a one happy family. In this talk we will have a look what is possible from the code sharing point of perspective, how to set up your project and how to build your components to ensure maximum code sharing, but also we will look at what you shouldn’t be trying to share and how to handle the differences between various platforms.

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