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Nic Raboy

Transcript Hey everyone Nic Raboy here we're going to take a look at validating forms within an angular web application so as you can see I do have my terminal up I also have the angular CLI installed and while you don't need the angular CLI installed to be successful with this project it will make things a lot easier so what we're going to do is we're going to create a new angular project I'm going to say ng new validate project and hit enter [...]

Over the past few months, we've been exploring Ionic 2 as part of a three part tutorial series towards building cross platform hybrid applications. We started with a beginners guide to getting started with Ionic 2 and worked our way into building a multi-page application. We're going to bring this series to a close with another critical part of mobile application development. We're going to focus on working with remote web services and APIs. S [...]

Not too long ago I wrote about getting started with Ionic 2. In the previous, part one guide, I gave some overview on what Ionic 2 was and how it differed from Ionic Framework 1. This overview lead up to developing a very simple single page mobile application. What if you wanted to build a multiple page application with persisted data storage and native platform features? We’re going to take the same guide from the previous part of the series and [...]

When it comes to mobile application development, there are many different routes you can choose. You can choose a native solution, using the Android SDK and Java or iOS with Objective-C, but in both these scenarios, there is a multiple language requirement. A more efficient and possibly cheaper solution would be to use a cross platform framework that lets you deploy to various platforms using a single set of code. There are numerous cross platf [...]

Angular 2 and Ionic 2 are very new developer frameworks. Although not as new, the TypeScript language has been getting much attention as the recommended way to develop with Angular 2 and Ionic 2. TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that turns it into a typed language. The code is written as TypeScript and then compiled into JavaScript. This is where things get weird. What happens when you want to use a JavaScript library in your TypeScript pro [...]

NativeScript is becoming all the rage in the mobile development community lately. I hear about it at conferences, various reputable news websites, and even in mobile development forum boards. It is becoming so popular over the competition for a few major reasons, but before I go there, let me explain what it is incase this is your first time hearing of it. Defined by the NativeScript website: NativeScript enables developers to build native apps [...]