by HabibKazemi | v0.0.3
Your awesome NativeScript + Angular plugin.
npm i --save habibtestPublish

Develop a nativescript-angular plugin now

Angular 2 Style Guide MIT license Dependency Status

Android and iPhone running the same {N} + Angular2 plugin.

The seed is setup to allow you to create a nativescript-angular plugin quickly.

  • Sample demo app ready for you to try out your plugin as you develop it.
  • Sample Component, Directive, Pipe and Service created for you (tests coming soon) to get started right away.
  • Customize whichever is helpful to your plugin and remove the others.

Get started

  1. Download a zip of this seed.
  2. cd ... path/to/unzip/folder ...
  3. npm install -g typescript
  4. npm install -g nativescript
  5. npm install
  6. npm run setup
  7. Get to work.

Changes needed

You will want to change a couple things for your plugin.

  1. Replace all instances of nativescript-ng2-yourplugin with name of your plugin:
  • Here: https://github.com/NathanWalker/nativescript-ng2-plugin-seed/blob/master/package.json
  • Here: https://github.com/NathanWalker/nativescript-ng2-plugin-seed/blob/master/src/package.json#L24
  • Here: https://github.com/NathanWalker/nativescript-ng2-plugin-seed/blob/master/tsconfig.json#L13 (And likely modify more to tailor to your specific plugins typescript definition needs)
  1. Modify the demo to import your plugin files, etc: https://github.com/NathanWalker/nativescript-ng2-plugin-seed/blob/master/src/app/app.ts#L10-L15

Develop Workflow

Make changes to plugin files, then:

npm run demo.ios

// or...

npm run demo.android

Build Plugin

You'll want to run this before publishing.

npm run build

VERY IMPORTANT: You need to modify package.json for your plugin. Most likely, you will want to remove 3 sections completely: scripts, dependencies, and devDependencies as those are setup for the demo. When publishing, it's important to ensure no unnecessary scripts or dependencies are installed when comsumers use your plugin. You can add those sections back after publishing.


Work in progress. Coming soon.

npm test


When preparing your demo if you get the following error message:

Plugin "nativescript-ng2-yourplugin" is not installed.
Sending exception report (press Ctrl+C to stop).....

This means your plugin has not been copied over to the demo project, or failed when running the demo command previously. To resolve this run npm run repair.

Why the TNS prefixed name?

TNS stands for Telerik NativeScript

iOS uses classes prefixed with NS (stemming from the NeXTSTEP days of old): https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSString_Class/

To avoid confusion with iOS native classes, TNS is used instead.