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Learning The Angular Platform As Well As NativeScript In Ng-Book 2

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I’ve kept this on the down-low the past few months, but I’m pleased to announce that a chapter I’ve contributed has been included in the incredibly popular ng-book 2!

The chapter I’ve contributed is a deep dive into NativeScript development for the Angular developer. After learning every possible thing about Angular development you get to take your skills to the next level and apply them towards the development native mobile applications for Android and iOS.

ng-book 2

ng-book 2: The in-depth, complete, and up-to-date book on Angular, boasts 16 chapters and more than 650 pages of solid learning material. We all know that Angular changes frequently, so anyone who purchases the book will get free updates as the technologies change.

Full information on what you’ll get out of ng-book 2 can be seen on the book’s official landing page.

The NativeScript chapter I wrote includes information on working NativeScript, developing user interfaces, and consuming remote RESTful APIs as well as using popular native device features such as geolocation and maps.

The electronic copy of the book has several different packages and licensing options on Gumroad. For example, you could get the complete edition with updates, source code, and other great stuff here for single use, or you could get something for your entire company. Not interested in an electronic copy of the book, a print edition, without updates, can be found on Amazon.

If you’re interested in Angular development, whether it be for web or for mobile, I encourage you to grab a copy of this book as it will really help you out.

Nic Raboy

Nic Raboy

Nic Raboy is an advocate of modern web and mobile development technologies. He has experience in C#, JavaScript, Golang and a variety of frameworks such as Angular, NativeScript, and Unity. Nic writes about his development experiences related to making web and mobile development easier to understand.