Open source framework for building truly native mobile apps
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Beautiful, accessible, platform-native UI - no webviews. Define once and let NativeScript adapt to run everywhere, or tailor the UI to specific devices and screens. This is one of the reasons SAP chose NativeScript to power the mobile portion of their SAP Enterprise App Modeler application.
Easily reuse existing plugins from npm, CocoaPods (iOS) and Gradle (Android) directly in NativeScript projects, plus hundreds of NativeScript specific plugins.
Accelerate the learning curve by using skills you already know to develop native mobile applications. Try it in 60 seconds!
Write and deploy native mobile apps for iOS and Android from a single code base
Backed by Progress (PRGS) - Decades of experience creating and supporting software for developers. Enterprise support is available from the creators of the platform.
Open Source: Apache 2 license. Unlimited free applications.
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Use Angular 2 to build your first native mobile application with NativeScript.
Use our rich starter templates, verified plugins, cloud builds, and debugging with your own IDE and tooling.
NativeScript is an open source framework made available under the Apache 2 license. There is a vibrant community of developers contributing on the project in a variety of ways. If you would like to lend a hand, there are lots of ways to get involved.
Ready to try NativeScript? Build your first cross-platform mobile app with our free and open source framework.
If you see an area for improvement or have an idea for a new feature, we'd love to have your help!