Telerik recently launched NativeScript 1.0
Aaron Mahimainathan, Chief Product Officer, Telerik, says:
The new solution is based on NativeScript Modules Layer that translates NativeScript to platform- specific code. Features such as navigation are auto-adapted to work seamlessly with all operating systems. This helps developers spend less efforts trying to learn new language for each OS. As a part of the Telerik AppBuilder, NativeScript offers developers premium, no-setup tooling for building NativeScript apps.
Ian Price, Head of Development, Sharesoft, a specialist software development firm, says:
“I believe the NativeScript framework is going to revolutionize the mobile application marketplace. Building mobile apps from a single code base enables developers to re-use features and functionality across platforms, which simplifies mobile app development and significantly increases productivity. I’m also impressed by how easily I’ve been able to develop native, cross-platform applications using familiar web development tools and skills.”
In addition, Telerik, a unit of Progress Software Corp., recently announced it is to open source its JustDecompile engine, a Microsoft .NET Framework assembly browsing and decompiling tool. It is also working with Google’s AngularJS open source web application framework.
Brad Green, Engineering Director at Google, comments:
“The goal of the AngularJS team has always been to simplify developers’ lives. Telerik shares our philosophy and is known for its UI/UX capabilities. When we learned about NativeScript, it only made sense for us to work together to deliver even more value to our community, at large.”