Native script 6.2: Dark fashion and new npm Packages available

Alex Alex 07 November 2019
Native script 6.2: Dark fashion and new npm Packages available

native script, giving its users with the 6.2 Release is the ability to deploy the Dark Mode in the mobile Apps. In addition, the new Version has an extended Kotlin Support, as well as a revised offer to npm Packages on Board.

native script 6.2 has been released. App developers are now able to take on the increasingly popular Dark Mode in your application's bundle. The Framework for Cross-platform Apps with the new Version, in addition, a restructuring of the supply of npm Packages and increased Kotlin Support.

native script 6.2 – what's in the box

thanks to the updated Themes native script 6.2 now supports Dark Mode. This is in the development of applications and can be implemented if desired – manually via the corresponding Extension Points. A further Innovation is the provision of all available npm Packages under each of the Scopes is. Including new: @native script/core, @native script/angular and @native script/theme are located. With future Releases it should be according to the developers, but also for older Packages Updates. There is also news for all users of Kotlin. The platform to integrate the cross-language intensively in a native script, was added to the Support. So the possibility of a Kotlin-written ArrayList in native script to call up now.

On your Blog, the developers give the following example to Invoke a ArrayList:

fun ArrayList<string>.bubbleSort() { // Implementation of a bubble sort }

In the native script, this is now:

let arrayList = new java.util.ArrayList();
arrayList.bubbleSort();

possible.

All the information about the Release of the 6.2 Version on the official Blog available.

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Source: entwickler.de

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