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’.
A few days ago I created the article describing how to implement push notifications for iOS and Android for you hybrid mobile app. Now it’s time to discribe server-side. Usually I’m using Rails for server-side, so this example will be about Rails.
Sending push notifications with Rails is quite easy, but have some nuances, which should be implemented.
This is a small tutorial which show how to implement push notifications feature for your hybrid mobile app built with Cordova-based technology (Phonegap, Apache Cordova, Ionic framework).
Push notifications depends not only on your application code, but also require some other stuff, such as server setup for sending notifications and API keys/certificates setup.
I’ll describe how to setup push notifications for iOS and Android platforms without any pain.