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Toolkits, Toolkits, Toolkits!

As a UWP developer, you have many options to help build your application quickly and reliably. In fact, there are so many options that you may feel like you can choose only one. Luckily, that’s not the case, and many toolkits complement each other in various ways. Today, we’ll talk about two open source toolkits: […]

Accept Signatures in Your NativeScript Angular Mobile Application

Living in the San Francisco Bay Area, I run into startup businesses using payment processing applications like Square all the time. If you're unfamiliar with these applications, they are credit card processors, whereby the customer signs their name to validate the transaction. This signature ends up in your email receipt and is also likely to […]

Perks of using UI for ASP.NET MVC

Whether you code in pure JavaScript, Angular, Microsoft's ASP.NET MVC or PHP, Kendo UI allows you to code in whatever language you're most comfortable with. Kendo UI has implementations for jQuery, Angular 1.x and 2.x, ASP.NET AJAX, ASP.NET MVC (and .NET Core), Java and PHP. Being a .NET developer, my choice is the UI for […]

Test Password Strength Using Regular Expressions in a NativeScript Mobile Application

Recently I released some content around form validation within a NativeScript application that uses Angular. This is great as you can use it to check your form for errors based on any number of criteria. However, what if you wanted to guide your users through a form process rather than validating the data? An example […]

How to Serve Serverless with Examples in Azure

Modern development is about fast, modular code, microserverices architectures and cloud-readiness. I wrote about cross-platform containers just a few months ago to explain the myriad benefits of having small, self-contained images with all of your app dependencies in simple, lightweight and reusable containers. Although containers are often cited as the infrastructure of choice for microservices […]

Get Ready for Web Bluetooth!

What if you could dim your lights right from your browser, just by pairing with your nearest Bluetooth-enabled Hue or Lumen light bulb? Wouldn’t you be just that much more productive? What about connecting to your LED Smart Rope to manage a workout even while offline, right from your browser? With the new Web Bluetooth […]

Generating Splash Screens and Application Icons for NativeScript Mobile Apps

So you've created a fantastic mobile application for Android and iOS using NativeScript and you're getting ready to publish it to Google Play and iTunes. This is great, but more work probably needs to be done. For example, you probably don't want to use the stock NativeScript application icons – also called launcher icons – […]

Building Predictive Web Services

An Azure predictive web service uses the power of Machine Learning (ML) to deliver a prediction based on a set of input data. In this article we’ll learn about building a predictive web service using Azure ML Studio. We’ll continue to use a training experiment created in the previous article Machine Learning for Developers as […]

Form Validation in a NativeScript Angular Mobile Application

Not too long ago I wrote a tutorial to compliment the Angular documentation for form validation in an Angular web application. This was a follow-up to an old AngularJS tutorial I wrote for form validation in an Ionic Framework 1.0 application. As you probably know, I'm a huge fan of NativeScript, and while NativeScript supports […]

Using CodePush with NativeScript

Would you like to be able to dynamically update your NativeScript app that is already deployed to a phone and/or a tablet? Think about it for a moment… You could just push a quick update without having to go through Google Play or Apple's App Store. This is where the nativescript-code-push project comes in. It enables your […]

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