Previously we created the survey app using CosmicJS and AngularJS. Now we have our app up and running, however we’re not completely satisfied how survey answers looks like in admin dashboard. So we have to customize this. We’ll solve this problem using CosmicJS extension. It’s a SPA, so let’s use Angular again. Source of this app is available at https://github.com/ivanthecrazy/cosmic-survey-extension.git.
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In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to build the survey app using Angular 4 and Cosmic JS backend. We’ll take a look how Angular router works and how to use CosmicJS as yourr
You’ll need the node JS, npm and Angular cli pre-installed. Make sure you already have them before start. Please refer to Angular docs how to do this.
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Intro slider is very popular feature for mobile applications. You can provide the app basics to your users just in a few slides. Let’s create this amazing component and learn how to choose your initial component at the runtime.
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Everybody, who started building a app using hybrid tools such Cordova or Ionic with custom HTTP API, usually gets the problem like
Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource at http://cl.ly/2wr4. This can be fixed by moving the resource to the same domain or enabling CORS.
This happens because your app is actually running in browser and its built-in mechanisms prevents HTTP requests to other domains. But this can be easily solved with Ruby on Rails.
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The old version of Ionic had the straightforward update tool, it was enough just to run
ionic lib update and it was just done. But this method no more works With Ionic 2.
Learn how to update the Ionic 2 cli and libraries.
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