Social media can be huge towards building your brand and promoting your mobile application. It can also make a difference in the user experience of your application. Allowing users to share text and media on their own social media profiles could be huge, no matter how you look at it. A while back I had demonstrated social media sharing in a vanilla NativeScript application for iOS and Android. While vanilla NativeScript is still a very valid option, I’ve been going the route of Angular lately, so I figured this topic could be revisited.
We’re going to see how to implement social media sharing features in a NativeScript mobile application build with Angular.