AppBuilder™ is an Integrated Cloud Environment (ICE) that eliminates the complexity associated with cross-platform mobile development. By combining the convenience of a local development environment with the power and flexibility of the cloud, AppBuilder lets you build cross-platform mobile apps.
On this documentation website, you will learn how to build hybrid and NativeScript mobile apps with AppBuilder. From developing a single-code app to publishing it as separate apps to a private or public store—AppBuilder facilitates the entire app development process.
If you are a beginner user, you can learn how to run the AppBuilder clients on your system and build your first app based on the sample apps. Advanced mobile app developers can learn how to enhance their apps by adding plugins and cloud backend services or check out the code analysis and code refactoring features of AppBuilder. Avid Microsoft Visual Studio users will learn how to set up their preferred desktop IDE to use the cross-platform mobile development features and cloud services that AppBuilder provides. Command-line users will learn how to leverage the command-line interface to create cross-platform mobile apps from the command line.
- Hybrid or NativeScript—Choosing the Path for You
- Building Apps with NativeScript and Angular 2
- Check Out the AppBuilder Sample Apps
- Getting Started with Hybrid Development
- Getting Started with NativeScript Development
- Running the AppBuilder Development Tools
- Getting Started with the Telerik Platform