Recently I was prototyping an application in NativeScript with Angular, but was feeling too lazy to set up the Angular Router to do multiple page navigation. Typically when I run into this scenario I use the prompt dialog, but this time I needed something more than data input. This lead me to the modal dialog.
With the modal dialog I can create a popup with pretty much anything on it and when I close it I can pass data back to the parent view. We’re going to see how to use a custom modal within our iOS and Android NativeScript application built with Angular.