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New 'Method' to Measure Views

This is another video tutorial in the series that looks into amazing new features in NativeScript version 4.1. This time I'm digging into…

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This is another video tutorial in the series that looks into amazing new features in NativeScript version 4.1. This time I'm digging into the new layoutChanged event and trying it out in Core and Angular.

Tired of having to use setTimeout to get native UI element measurements?

Me too! It just seemed hacky and dirty. But no more! As of version 4.1 of NativeScript, you can now use the new shiny event called layoutChanged. This works for Angular projects and of course Core projects too.

I'll show you what the problem was and how it was solved in this new video tutorial.



If you like this style of video tutorials, you might like our courses. The latest Hands-on UI course is a pretty popular starting point for those starting out learning NativeScript and how to work with UI.

Let me know if you enjoyed this short tutorial on Twitter: @digitalix, and what else you'd like to see in these tutorials.


Alex lives in Washington, DC. He's a speaker, trainer, and a Telerik Developer Expert. He's been invloved in NativeScript projects since 2015 and has created courses for Pluralsight and LinkedIn.

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