We are pleased to reveal the final projects from the NativeScript Ambassadors cohort that took place in this past summer, 2017. Each team delivered some very innovative and interesting apps and we are proud of their work. Great job, Ambassadors! And thank you to their mentors, all members of our Developer Experts program.
Mike Branstein discusses the farming application that he developed to help monitor conditions on a local farm, including wind speed, temperature and soil moisture levels, with data consumed within a NativeScript app.
If you like Bourbon, you'll love Uncorked, an app to record Bourbon types, experiences and flavors, by Clayton Orman (Louisville, Kentucky)!
MyLands, by Daniel Leal (Portugal) - an app for land management, with an innovative mapping implementation.
Jorge Cano explains how this large team worked together to create a What's App clone.
Nitish Dayal walks through the creation of the ngAtlanta conference app, a work in progress.
Luna Kang discusses Fetching, an app for dogs to find their forever friends in a Tinder interface, using the Swipe plugin created by Team Native Baguette. Of course, this team had to dogfood! This app also uses the Petfinder API.
Rachid Khayyat shows the first of two Card-Swiping plugins created this summer...
Congratulations and once again, excellent work this past summer!