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NativeScript Angular

Getting Started With NativeScript and Angular

NativeScript doesn’t require Angular, but it’s even better when you use it. You can fully reuse skills and code from the web to build beautiful, high performance native mobile apps without web views. NativeScript features deep integration with Angular, the latest and greatest (and fastest) JavaScript framework. Open source and backed by Progress.

Ready to get started developing with NativeScript? Here are your next steps.

Step #1: NativeScript Playground

NativeScript Playground is a browser-based environment for getting started with NativeScript fast. Playground offers a set of comprehensive tutorials that walk you through building a real-world iOS and Android app from scratch.

Start Tutorial

Step #2: Install the NativeScript Command-Line Interface

Once you have the basics of NativeScript down in Playground, you need to set up a local development environment that lets you build and test your apps locally. To do that you’ll want to go through our documentation on installing the NativeScript command-line interface.

Install the NativeScript CLI

Step #3: Learn the NativeScript Command-Line Interface Basics

Now that you have the NativeScript CLI installed, you’ll want to learn the basics of how the CLI works, including how to run, build, and debug your apps.

Learn the CLI Basics

Step #4: Join the NativeScript Community

Regardless of what you choose to do next with NativeScript, joining the NativeScript community is a great way to keep up with the latest and greatest in the NativeScript world. Here are some ways you can get involved: