NativeScript vs Trigger.io: What are the differences?
NativeScript and Trigger.io can be categorized as "Cross-Platform Mobile Development" tools.
Some of the features offered by NativeScript are:
- 100% Access to Native Platform API
- NativeScript is free of charge as an open source project
On the other hand, Trigger.io provides the following key features:
- Native UI, push, analytics, login modules "out-of-the box"
- Cloud build service, no need to setup Eclipse / Xcode
NativeScript is an open source tool with 17.2K GitHub stars and 1.27K GitHub forks. Here's a link to NativeScript's open source repository on GitHub.
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It is using the native components to build the UI and offers the best skills reuse story. All you need to know is JS/TS and CSS. Angular 2 is also supported which leads to even more code reuse across web and mobile.This is also the best way to access the native platform APIs directly.
NativeScript allows you to reuse your JS skills to build Native mobile apps without any sacrifices. It takes a bit to learn about all possible features, but each time you discover a new one you can't help but get more and more excited.