ES6 Arrows functions ()=> sometimes called the “fat arrow functions” gives us a short syntax to work with functions also they handle scope very well. Arrow functions use the equals sign along with the greater-than sign => this is not to be confused with the comparison operator which uses the grater-than sign and equals sign […]
Hey there everyone I have been working and playing around with NativeScript and I find it to be one framework to definitely have in your arsenal when it comes to hybrid mobile app development. I have put together a course on Udemy.com titled NativeScript JumpStart For Beginners which is a beginner level course to introduce you […]
In this tutorial we will see what it takes to create pages in NativeScript . When you create an app using the NativeScript CLI the default app that is created has only one page which is useful for a demo app but as your app grows so will the need for different pages.
Template strings or as they are also called Template literals, are one of my favorite ES6 feature. They are implemented using the backticks character ( the key below Escape). They are easy to use and very helpful when it comes to outputting long string of text along with some variables.
Reading a feed off of an API is an essential task that most modern apps perform.In this tutorial, we will take a look at how to get JSON data from a remote Api and then create a list with that data in Ionic 2.