Building a restaurant mobile application is quite often task, so it’s better to have some ready-to-use code, which can be customized to fit each particular client needs. What typical restaurant mobile app should include:
2. Products list
3. News feed
4. Post an order for delivery
5. Push notifications
6. Coupon codes
7. Online payment
Sounds like a lot of work!
Continue reading How to create the restaurant app with Ionic framework
Some time ago I’ve post the article about sending notifications to your Ionic app using Ruby on Rails. That article is still actual, however we have another (easier) way to send the push notifications. This way name is ‘use push notifications service’.
Almost every ionic app has a server-side communication. There are a wide variety of backend solutions you can use to do this.
Continue reading Backend alternatives for Ionic application
A lot of people are downloading an ionic project sources from this blog, or cloning any other repository on GitHub. And they’re doing wrong things to launch project.
Today I’ll tell you how to run ionic project.
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.
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.
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.
Some time ago I published the TODO tutorial for Ionic framework version 2. But our application data is not persistent across app run. Once added, todo item will never be saved for later use. It’s not serious in real applications, so let’s add ‘save data’ feature. We’ll use Ionic Native and Cordova Native Storage plugin.
When using (click) handler with Ionic 2, you can get the famouse 300ms delay on some items, especially such items as ion list item. This issue is quite easy to solve, but many people skips this information.
Address input is quite common task appearing during mobile apps development. Ionic doesn’t have such built-in component, but we can develop it quickly and easily. This component can be used not only for address autocomplete, but can also be used for any other autocomplete type.