Books: 3

Ionic

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Cross-Platform Apps with Ionic 2, Angular 2, and Cordova
Looking to build cross platform mobile applications? This hands-on guide provides a basic introduction and overview to the Ionic Framework, including some new services on the platform. You’ll learn a balanced approach to the mix of technologies—such as AngularJS, SASS, and Apache Cordova—that the Ionic more » Framework leverages. Through the course of this book, you’ll be able to complete several production ready applications. It's ideal for beginning, intermediate, and advanced web developers. « less
2017
KEY FEATURES * Leverage Ionic 2 and its exciting new features to create cutting edge real-time apps * Work through simple recipes to address your problems directly and solve them effectively * Get examples at each step to guide you on your learning curve BOOK DESCRIPTION Developing real-time apps more » is the need of the hour, and apps that deal with humongous amounts of user data and real-time information that needs to be updated frequently are in high demand. Currently, one of the most popular frameworks for this task is Ionic Framework, which is undergoing a major makeover. This book will get you started with Ionic and help you create Angular 2 components that interact with templates. From there, you'll work with Ionic components and find out how to share data efficiently between them. You'll discover how to make the best use of the REST API to handle back-end services and then move on to animating the application to make it look pretty. You'll learn to add in a local push notification in order to test the app. You'll work with Cordova to support native functionalities on both iOS and Android. From there, you'll get to grips with using the default themes for each platform as well as customizing your own. Finally, you'll see how best to deploy your app to different platforms. This book will solve all your Ionic-related issues through dedicated recipes that will help you get the best out of Ionic. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN * Create custom UIs using Angular 2 directives * Make the best use of REST APIs to submit forms * Create beautiful animations and graphics in the application * Embed videos and other media into the app * Access native device functionalities such as a camera and maps using ngCordova * Theme the application based on the various platform styles available * Publish your application to a variety of platforms * Leverage Angular 2 events and Ionic-specific events to communicate ABOUT THE AUTHOR Hoc Phan is a technologist with a wide range of experiences in frontend development, cloud computing, and big data. He started programming at the age of 12, with Pascal and Assembly, on the Intel 80286 computer. He learned to start practicing right away, even before figuring out the important concepts. Hoc worked on many JavaScript projects in the past by teaching himself the framework using various online sources. He was one of the first few developers who tested Ionic for its feasibility as a JavaScript replacement of the native language of a device. He wrote the Ionic Cookbook (for more information, visit https://www.amazon.com/Ionic-Cookbook-Hoc-Phan/dp/1785287974), which was very well received. He has worked for both start-ups and large companies. By frequently speaking at local meetups as well as cloud computing/big data industry events and conferences, he learns from other experts. He holds an MBA degree from the University of Washington's Michael G. Foster School of Business. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Creating Our First App with Ionic 2 2. Adding Ionic 2 Components 3. Extending Ionic 2 with Angular 2 Building Blocks 4. Validating Forms and Making HTTP Requests 5. Adding Animation 6. User Authentication and Push Notification Using Ionic Cloud 7. Supporting Device Functionalities Using Ionic Native 8. Theming the App 9. Publishing the App for Different Platforms « less
2016
Hybrid Mobile Apps with Ionic and AngularJS
Summary Ionic in Action teaches web developers how to build cross-platform mobile apps for phones and tablets on iOS and Android. You'll learn how to extend your web development skills to build apps that are indistinguishable from native iOS or Android projects. About the Book Wouldn't it be more » great if you could build mobile apps using just your web development skills? With Ionic, you can do just that: create hybrid mobile apps using web technologies that you already know, like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, that will run on both iOS and Android. Ionic in Action teaches web developers how to build mobile apps using Ionic and AngularJS. Through carefully explained examples, the book shows you how to create apps that use UI components designed for mobile, leverage current location, integrate with native device features like the camera, use touch gestures, and integrate with external data sources. Learn to test your apps to improve stability and catch errors as you develop. Finally, you'll discover the command-line utility, and how to build and deploy to app stores. What's Inside * Create mobile apps with HTML, JavaScript, and CSS * Design complex interfaces with Ionic's UI controls * Build once and deploy for both iOS and Android * Use native device hardware and device-specific features * Covers the entire mobile development process About the Reader Readers should know HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Familiarity with AngularJS is helpful but not required. About the Author Jeremy Wilken is a senior UX software developer who works with Ionic, AngularJS, and Node.js. He lives in Austin, Texas. Table of Contents 1. Introducing Ionic and hybrid apps 2. Setting up your computer to build apps 3. What you need to know about AngularJS 4. Ionic navigation and core components 5. Tabs, advanced lists, and form components 6. Weather app, using side menus, modals, action sheets, and ionScroll 7. Advanced techniques for professional apps 8. Using Cordova plugins 9. Previewing, debugging, and automated testing 10. Building and publishing apps « less
2015