- Version: 6.5.4
- GitHub: https://github.com/NativeScript/nativescript-app-templates
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NativeScript with Angular Blank Template
App templates help you jump start your native cross-platform apps with built-in UI elements and best practices. Save time writing boilerplate code over and over again when you create new apps.
Execute the following command to create an app from this template:
tns create my-blank-ng --template tns-template-blank-ng
Note: This command will create a new NativeScript app that uses the latest version of this template published to [npm] (https://www.npmjs.com/package/tns-template-blank-ng).
If you want to create a new app that uses the source of the template from the
master branch, you can execute the following:
# clone nativescript-app-templates monorepo locally
git clone email@example.com:NativeScript/nativescript-app-templates.git
# create app template from local source (all templates are in the 'packages' subfolder of the monorepo)
tns create my-blank-ng --template nativescript-app-templates/packages/template-blank-ng
NB: Please, have in mind that the master branch may refer to dependencies that are not on NPM yet!
The application component:
/src/app/app.component- sets up a page router outlet that lets you navigate between pages.
There is a single blank component that sets up an empty layout:
Home page has the following components:
ActionBar- It holds the title of the page.
GridLayout- The main page layout that should contains all the page content.
The NativeScript framework has a vibrant community that can help when you run into problems.
Try joining the NativeScript community Slack. The Slack channel is a great place to get help troubleshooting problems, as well as connect with other NativeScript developers.
If you have found an issue with this template, please report the problem in the NativeScript repository.
We love PRs, and accept them gladly. Feel free to propose changes and new ideas. We will review and discuss, so that they can be accepted and better integrated.