“Angular integration first shipped with our popular Kendo UI library nearly two years ago, and we continue to see high demand for Angular from our community. For the more than one million developers using the Angular framework to write interactive web applications, the NativeScript 2.0 framework represents a giant leap forward—they can finally create zero-compromise mobile apps with Angular featuring truly native UI and performance,” said Todd Anglin, Chief Evangelist and VP Technology, Progress.
“The NativeScript framework is paving the way for mobile application development.” said Brad Green, Engineering Director, Angular Google. “For several months, our developers have been working closely with the NativeScript engineering team to make Angular 2 in NativeScript a reality. Together, the Angular 2 RC and NativeScript solutions are a powerful combination that enables developers to use the same framework and code to build modern apps for the web and, now, native mobile apps.”