Create Cross Platform Native Mobile Applications with Fuse

Paul Halliday

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30 Videos (1h 51m)
    • Fuse Promotional Video

      8:33
    • Introduction

      2:49
    • Downloading Fuse

      0:43
    • Project

      0:55
    • Environment Setup

      2:04
    • Creating and Running the Application

      2:03
    • An Overview of UX Language

      2:45
    • Creating a Navbar

      3:07
    • Custom Navbar Component

      3:35
    • While Empty

      3:33
    • Fetching Data from an API

      6:06
    • ScrollView and Each Iteration

      2:45
    • Custom Images and Bundle Additions

      5:13
    • Grid and Custom Animations

      4:13
    • Custom Button Component and Animation

      2:41
    • Page and Router Separation

      4:47
    • Page Navigation and Parameters

      4:18
    • Custom JavaScript Modules and API Abstraction

      4:37
    • Navigation Parameter onValueChanged

      3:57
    • Displaying User Information and Custom Components

      6:27
    • Simplifying Nested Objects with With

      1:20
    • Maps Implimentation and Running on a Device

      7:21
    • Router Back Button

      1:28
    • Changing the Status Bar Background and Config

      1:46
    • Final Animation

      2:18
    • UX Class for Custom Components

      6:20
    • Panel

      2:49
    • StackPanel

      3:31
    • DockLayout

      3:47
    • Grid

      5:20

About This Class

Create Cross Platform Native Mobile Applications with Fuse

When it comes to making mobile applications in the modern day, you're almost spoilt for choice when it comes to selecting the perfect framework. Fuse deserves a spot as one of the best mobile development framework/toolset(s) on the market. Whether you're looking for super fast native performance, access to native device APIs or the declarative UX language, Fuse has you covered.

In this course, we cover the following:

  1. Development environment setup
  2. Create a cross platform mobile application with Fuse
  3. Interact with a REST API
  4. Fuse routing and navigation parameters
  5. Create custom components with ux:Class
  6. Iteration with 'Each'
  7. Observables within Fuse
  8. Various layout options and usage examples
  9. ScrollViews
  10. Fuse Studio
  11. (Coming soon): Alive UX Kit
  12. and much more!

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Paul Halliday is a Durham based tech entrepreneur that specialises in cross platform HTML5 mobile development. He graduated with a first class honours in BSc Computer Science from the University of Sunderland and has received numerous awards including Best Student, SIEM Prize, Best Business Idea, the Sunderland University Professional Award, and more.

His experience is primarily in web related technologies such as Angular, Node, React, NativeScript, Ionic, and more. He also has a great...

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