by Josh Sommer | v6.1.0
NativeScript + Angular version of the slides
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NativeScript + Angular Slides for iOS and Android

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Intro slides example:

Nativescript Slides. Click to Play

Image carousel example:

Nativescript Slides. Click to Play

videos are from the NativeScript Slides plugin. all features may not be implemented yet.

videos by Brad Martin

Example Usage:

import { SlidesModule } from "nativescript-ngx-slides";

import { AppComponent } from "./app.component";

declarations: [AppComponent],
bootstrap: [AppComponent],
imports: [NativeScriptModule, SlidesModule],
export class AppModule {}


<slide class="slide-1">
<Label text="This is Panel 1"></Label>
<slide class="slide-2">
<Label text="This is Panel 2"></Label>
<slide class="slide-3">
<Label text="This is Panel 3"></Label>
<slide class="slide-4">
<Label text="This is Panel 4"></Label>
<slide class="slide-5">
<Label text="This is Panel 5"></Label>


place this in the app.css file in the root of your project.

.slide-1 {
background-color: darkslateblue;

.slide-2 {
background-color: darkcyan;
.slide-3 {
background-color: darkgreen;

.slide-4 {
background-color: darkgoldenrod;
.slide-5 {
background-color: darkslategray;
label {
text-align: center;
width: 100%;
font-size: 35;
margin-top: 35;
color: #fff;

Great for Intros/Tutorials to Image Carousels.

This very much a work in progress. Please feel free to contribute.

Attributes for SlideContainer

  • loop : boolean - If true will cause the slide to be an endless loop. The suggested use case would be for a Image Carousel or something of that nature.

  • pageIndicators : boolean - If true adds indicator dots to the bottom of your slides.

  • swipeSpeed : number - Determines the speed of swipe. The bigger swipeSpeed property is, the faster you swipe the slides. Default value is 3. Try changing it to 15 to see the result.


If the property pageIndicators is true you won't see the page indicators anymore as of 2.0.0 right away. there are two css classes exposed that you can setup however you like for active and inactive indicators. below is an example for semi translucent dots.

.slide-indicator-inactive {
background-color: #fff;
opacity: 0.4;
width: 10;
height: 10;
margin-left: 2.5;
margin-right: 2.5;
margin-top: 0;
border-radius: 5;

.slide-indicator-active {
background-color: #fff;
opacity: 0.9;
width: 10;
height: 10;
margin-left: 2.5;
margin-right: 2.5;
margin-top: 0;
border-radius: 5;

Plugin Development Work Flow:

  • Clone repository to your machine.
  • Run npm install to prepare the project
  • Run and deploy to your device or emulator with npm run android or npm run ios
  • Build a ngPackagr version with npm run build

Known issues

  • Does not work well inside of ScrollView or TabViews.


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Contributing guidelines

Contributing guidelines



for {N} version 2.0.0+