00:00 Let's install the tns-platform-declarations, and let's save that to our devDependencies. Now we need to make a few modifications to our tsconfig. Let's reference the ES2016 library and then modify our references.
00:19 NativeScript's core engineering team has provided some excellent examples on great project setup, and we'll use their references here and we'll set these up. You can see it references ES2016 tns-core-modules in the iOS and Android platform declarations. With this installed, you now get rich IntelliSense support on things like UI application, the shared application instance, key window.
00:45 And in fact, you can go to Apple's API reference documentation and just browse the API that's now opened up to you. You'll find a rich set of classes in APIs. Things like NSNotificationCenter, where you can grab an instance of the default center and actually send events out -- which is kind of like Objective-C's EventBus system -- and access the APIs from, for instance, UI kit, which provides a rich API to say, for instance, the UI video controller.
01:15 And just like you can browse Apple's API reference for Objective-C, you can browse Android's API reference for Android, where you have access to things like the Android Media Package -- where you can get access to the media player -- or Android's location package, where you have access to things like the Geocoder.
01:37 Having this setup will help you dramatically in coding against native APIs, be it for iOS or Android.