With the NativeScript CLI, you can target the following mobile platforms.
Recently, in order to streamline the development process, starter templates have been integrated into it. The templates come under the enhancements made to the platform. The starter templates are the part of NativeScript Sidekick that is introduced in the last week. The maker of the NativeScript, Progress Software provides Sidekick as a free download.
(A) The augmented reality feature works for iOS 11 in NativeScript and the work is going on to make it available for Android mobile app development. The idea is to make the augmented reality feature available for iOS as well as for Android platform.
(B) Code-sharing process is in the development stage. It will make it easier for the developers to share codes between web and mobile app. According to the estimation of Progress Software, they will migrate around 80 percent web code.
(C) NativeScript v3.4 will be made available in Dec 2017 that may include the following feature-
(D) The company is also planning to make Vue.js support the framework exactly the way Angular is supported. At the end of 2017, developers can find Vue.js is enabled with NativeScript. The new NativeScript playground will be a browser-based sandbox for making experiment with-
(E) A brand new NativeScript Marketplace of plugins for NativeScript applications, that has a new class of “verified” NativeScript plugins that meet certain standards for superior quality.
The new features will surely make the app development for both the platforms iOS and Android a seamless process. Mobile app developers all over the world are looking forward for the latest version of NativeScript framework.
Javier Quincoces on 02-Mar-2018