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  • Eduardo Alberto Roth de la Gar

    Are there other cloud backend solutions that we could use for Ionic?

    • Tanzeel U Rehman

      Yes you can use Firebase

    • https://www.netkow.com Matt Netkow, Ionic Team

      Hi – yes! All of the major players (AWS, Azure, Google, etc.) work well with Ionic. Firebase (Google) is a popular choice too. We’re working on creating more content around cloud backends, so if there is anything you have questions about, let us know!

  • ripa jason

    Aws amplify could help in the app section and when you add this function to those app then you will make sure that this things work..

  • https://github.com/timofeysie timofeysie

    Hi and thanks for your post. The link you mentioned, https://aws-amplify.github.io/amplify-js/media/ionic_guide has no ToDo app tutorial, just set up instructions. You say at the start of your blog that “The first part of the guide involves the creation of an Ionic 4 app that uses Ionic’s tabs starter project”, but there is no mention of such a step in any of the docs I can find that says anything about this. Have the docs changed, or am I missing something?

  • lionel

    Hi Matt and every one,
    Currently I am trying to use AWS amplify for an ionic v3 project. Everything was going quite well until I tried to create an ios build with –prod option then app is not starting just a blank screen after the splash screen. No log, no error message, no idea …

  • simon coleman

    Hi, rather like timofeysie I’m trying to follow the aws-amplify + ionic 4 todo build process. Using the link in his update I found I had to move a couple of folders around & correct a couple of the relative path references before it would compile (for instance, pushing the pages down to the src/app folder)
    I now have the todo app running & linked to aws, including the cognito authentication, but I have 1 minor error that stumps me. The text decoration on the buttons is mostly missing (notably Login but also from the cancel/save on the modal). There are no build errors, no runtime errors.
    How would I find out how text is wired up? (for instance, the only reference to the authenticator is the one-liner that sets the ionic framework in the home.page.html so presumably its all meant to be automatic…)
    thanks for any tips