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Issue 32
Date:   June 1, 2016
Telerik Developer Digest
Welcome to the latest collection of the best articles from the Telerik Developer Network and around the web, curated by a group of Telerik developers just like you.
From the Telerik Developer Network
bots! bots! bots!
Jen Looper explains the rapid rise of voice and chat bots, and shows how you can easily create a custom Slack bot using BotKit.
Telerik Developer Network
Moving from Vanilla JavaScript to Angular 2 in NativeScript
The differences between building a mobile app in NativeScript using vanilla JavaScript or TypeScript versus using Angular 2.
Nic Raboy
Taming the React Setup
7 ways to set up React from simple to more complex to help developers get over concerns about getting started with the React framework.
Cody Lindley
Meet Jim Holmes: Developer Expert for Test Studio
Jim Holmes, Telerik Developer Expert for Test Studio and Kendo UI, talks about software development in the enterprise.
Ready-to-Use Grid UI for AngularJS Applications
Konstantin Dikov shows how to use the Kendo UI grid widget in AngularJS projects.
.Net Core Goes RC2
Ed Charbeneau discusses the changes developers need to know in the latest release candidate of .NET Core with Microsoft’s Jeff Fritz.
Telerik Developer Network
ng-conf and the Future of C#
On this episode of the Eat Sleep Code podcast, Jen Looper talks about the latest ng-conf and Peter Ritchie and Sam Basu talk about the future of C#.
Telerik Developer Network
Around the Web
Changes to Project.json
Bertrand Le Roy offers details on the .NET Core tooling moving from .xproj / project.json to .csproj / MSBuild.
Converting Your Ionic 2 Mobile App to NativeScript
Both frameworks use Angular 2 and TypeScript, so Nic explores how easily you can make the move.
Nic Raboy
NativeScript Android Application Package Size Revealed
A look at the architecture behind the NativeScript Android runtime and how it impacts the package size.
Georgi Atanasov
Which Mobile Option Should You Choose?
Should you use the mobile web, hybrid, hybrid/native, JavaScript native, cross compiled or native for your next mobile app?
Brian Rinaldi
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