Apps That Work Natively on the Web and Mobile
Building separate web and native mobile apps, requires a lot of effort and is very expensive. This often forces us to pick just one and as a result sacrifice overall user experience.
But you don’t need choose, you could do both with a single code sharing project.
All it took, was a few sleepless nights and a few months of collaboration with the Angular team.
I hear you ask: “How?”
Simple: Structure your project with the power of Angular CLI and “Custom Schematics”. Then use Angular and NativeScript to build for web and native mobile.
Do you want to transform your existing web project to a code sharing structure? We’ve got you covered with ng add and a collection of migration schematics.
Join me to learn how the code sharing projects work, what can be shared, and how to transform existing projects. And all of that with just a couple of new CLI commands.
Sebastian Witalec is a Developer Advocate for Progress who specialises in Angular and NativeScript. He loves working on both serious and fun projects and one day he will use his roboarmy to conquer the world.
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Jan-Niklas Wortmann is a 23 year old software consultant working for OPITZ CONSULTING. In his capacity as a consultant, he supports companies in the conception and implementation of enterprise angular applications. He attaches particular importance to clean code. In his spare time Jan-Niklas Wortmann is involved in open source projects and is a member of the RxJS Core Team.