Using the Android Palette with NativeScript

Interested in using more Material Design in your NativeScript app? If so then be sure to check out my guest post on Nic Raboy’s blog here @ thepolyglotdeveloper.com. I’d like to thank Nic for the opportunity to guest post on his blog. I’ve only been writing posts for a little over a month and in the time leading up to that point I was a fan of Nic’s blog and style of writing technical posts.

If you read some of my posts and Nic’s you will most likely see that he’s been an influence in my style of writing. I’ve always been able to follow along with his technical guides and he provides simple examples for the readers. I’ve read numerous blogs and technical articles and when I finish I’m staring at my laptop thinking, “What in the heck did I just read?”. Sometimes it’s a language barrier, a terribly designed site with bad typography, but most of the time it’s a technical understanding of what the author is trying to convey and how they ultimately end up failing. I then go find another post where the author has simplified it with nice sample code and it just “clicks” with me. It is what works best for me and I hope that anyone reading my posts can follow along with ease and end up with a sense of achievement when they are finished.

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