The code-sharing project comes with a build process that is capable of using the shared files together with the platform-specific ones, and providing a web or mobile app as a result. Here’s what that looks like at a high level.
To build a web app, it is business as usual — just use the Angular CLI to do the job. When you call ng serve or ng build, the Angular CLI will ignore all NativeScript-specific files, as none of the web files directly reference any .tns files.
ng serve -o -> builds a web app from the code-sharing project and opens it in default browser
In order to build an iOS or an Android app with NativeScript, you need to use the NativeScript CLI.
To build a mobile app from a code-sharing project run: