Product version: AppBuilder 3.6.1
Released: December 7, 2016
AppBuilder 3.6.1 is an update release. For a list of the new features and updates introduced in the earlier major release, AppBuilder 3.6, see AppBuilder 3.6 Release Notes.
The new NativeScript with Angular 2 (TypeScript) template requires TypeScript 2.0. To develop apps based on it, you need to use the in-browser client, command-line interface or Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 or later with TypeScript 2.0 or later installed.
Introduced the NativeScript with Angular 2 (TypeScript) app template
You can now begin your native mobile app development from the NativeScript with Angular 2 (TypeScript) template.
Introduced support for TypeScript 2.0.
Test apps developed with NativeScript and Angular 2 in the NativeScript developer app for iOS.
Test apps developed with NativeScript and Angular 2 in the NativeScript developer app for Android.
In Microsoft Visual Studio, when you develop NativeScript 2.2.0 apps with TypeScript 2.0, you cannot hit breakpoints with the built-in Microsoft Visual Studio debug tools.
In Microsoft Visual Studio, when you develop a NativeScript project, the autocompletion shows
htmltags that should not be available.
In Microsoft Visual Studio 2012, saving changes does not trigger LiveSync on a connected device.
When your app does not have any enabled Android permissions, you cannot build for Android. AppBuilder cannot complete the operation and shows the following error message:
The "UpdateAndroidPermissions" task was not given a value for the required parameter "AdditionalPermissions"..
When you create a new Apache Cordova app based on a Kendo UI template and deploy it on an iOS 8, Windows Phone 8 or Windows Phone 8.1 device, the view title is
You cannot run Apache Cordova 5.0.0 or 5.2.0 apps with enabled Console core plugin on iOS 8 devices. The app becomes unresponsive and closes.