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It’s pretty much unavoidable that we’re going to need to pass data around our app at some point. Why? Because apps are made up of a whole bunch of views and user interactions and…stuff, none of which tend to exist in isolation. Whether we’re talking about data pulled in via a REST API, collected from […]

One of the first things a lot of developers love about Ionic is that it makes the tedious task of building basic app components that Just Look Good much easier. But did you know Ionic also has a grid component that makes layout easy? This is awesome because, well, CSS is a pain, and why […]

Ionic 2 Frontend: Adding More Functionality In the first two parts of this series, we set the stage for an Ionic 2 Todo app that can be hosted on Heroku. We set up the Node.js backend for the app, with an Express server that defined API endpoints for accessing a MongoDB database. We also laid […]

In part 1 of this series, we started building an end-to-end Ionic 2 app with a Node.js backend. If you’re just joining us now, you’ll probably want to stop and go back to the first post. Up to this point, we’ve worked primarily in the server.js file where we created an Express app and defined […]

Given the choice between a short or tall stack of pancakes, which would you get? The correct answer is always more pancakes. In this post, we’re giving you more pancakes! So grab the syrup, and let’s make a full-stack of MEAN. This is the first post in a three-part series! Here’s part 2 and part […]

Special thanks to Ionic’s Justin Willis for updating this repo and post on November 4, 2016. In the previous post, we added basic offline support to a weather app by storing data locally with the Ionic Native SQLite plugin. However, even this can fail. There are times where we may not be able to retrieve […]

Special thanks to Ionic’s Justin Willis for updating this repo and post on November 4, 2016. Service workers, app shell, progressive web apps—anything involving offline support seems to be all the rage these days. Whether it’s a new design concept or a shiny new browser feature, developers seem to have many options when it comes […]

One of the most common complaints you’ll hear from pretty much every single person that decides to try their hand at mobile app development for iOS has to do with Apple Developer accounts. Apple Developer account required? $99/year?! Outrageous! But wait, it turns out this is no longer the whole story. First off, yes, you […]

In past posts in this series, we looked at some of the basics of creating an Ionic App, including a basic Hello World App, an app with pages and navigation, and finally an app that calls an API. In this article, we will look at using Ionic Native to interface with the Cordova Camera plugin. […]

Getting up and running with Ionic 2 using the Ionic CLI is super simple for anyone with web development experience. In our first two articles 10 Minutes with Ionic 2: Hello World and 10 Minutes with Ionic 2: Adding Pages and Navigation, we looked at the basics of creating an Ionic app. In this article, […]

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