You must be able to inject plugins by editing the
By default NativeScript adds UglifyJS Plugin, that adds the minimum obfuscation. There is another paid / tested plugin JScrambler.
webpack-obfuscator. It’s free and basically provides the same root-level protection of the paid offerings.
it’s the same plugin. good tutorial. thanks for the link.
We still need to know about the performance of the application
There’s no context behind your statement, so I don’t know what you are talking about. I don’t know how your application performs. I note the possible pro/cons of Uglify in detail in my posting. Telerik also has a posting which I link in the blog.
Sorry for my english, I wanted to know if the performance (start time, speed, weight …etc) of the application will be affected after the use of this plugin.