Running the Next NativeScript Version
NativeScript is an open source project that keeps evolving with releases happening every couple of months. Perhaps you want to try out what…
NativeScript is an open source project that keeps evolving with releases happening every couple of months. Perhaps you want to try out what's coming up in the next release, or perhaps you saw some way you can contribute to the project. Either way, I'm going to show you how you can grab the latest and greatest bits from the nativescript-cli repo on GitHub and be able to run multiple versions of the CLI on your machine.
Update August 15, 2016
We got some great news today from Vladimir Enchev. Now you can install the latest NativeScript build from the master branch by appending the
@next when you’re installing NativeScript. This will overwrite your existing installation. If you still want to be able to have the latest release version installed globally, but have the master branch to play with on the side, then you can still follow the tutorial in this blog post.
Now you can get the latest NativeScript CLI build from our master branch: “ npm install nativescript@next -g ” — [Vladimir Enchev (@vladimir_enchev) August 15, 2016]
- How to build and run the latest NativeScript CLI version from GitHub article on NativeScript.org
- Getting and running the latest NativeScript CLI from GitHub Video Tutorial