Monthly Archives: April 2015

Software engineer Terence Carroll is teaching an Ionic workshop at ng-Vegas May 7-8. You don’t have to have a ticket to the conference to buy a ticket to the Ionic workshop, so if you’re in the Vegas area and want to learn Ionic, now’s your chance! There will also be two Ionic talks at the […]

Today, we are thrilled to announce the launch of our Ionic shop! Buy as many Ionic shirts as you like at shop.ionic.io! Want stickers? Visit our StickerMule store! Whether you’re a dedicated Ionic dev, speaking at a conference, or organizing an Ionic group in your area, now you can represent Ionic wherever you go…or simply […]

Developing an Ionic Edge was published by Bleeding Edge Press on March 30. Take advantage of a limited-time offer of 50% off the book, and read a free excerpt from the book. Bleeding Edge Press gathers teams of developers to write short ebooks on popular tech topics. Ionic developers Anton Shevchenko, Robin van Baalen, Keith […]

README: Angular 2 has changed significantly since this post was written. As such, please do not use this code verbatim. Instead, focus on the concepts below and then map them to the new syntax and API of Angular 2.0.0. Welcome to the second post in our series on Angular 2. If you missed the first […]

Customizing your Ionic app with SASS can easily change its look and feel, but it can also create some problems. One particular problem can be syntax issues breaking your build stream. In this article, we’ll look at a quick and easy fix for this problem.

To celebrate the New Zealand launch of Disney’s “How to Get Away with Murder” TV show, TVNZ Blacksand created a unique murder mystery game app, presented as an “Alternate Reality Game,” a concept developed in the late 90’s with EA’s “Majestic” and Halo 2’s “iLoveBees”. TVNZ Blacksand handled the app’s visual design and created the […]

Here at Ionic, we value documentation and the ease of development it may bring. In the latest version of the Ionic CLI, 1.3.19, we’ve added a feature to help you get to those docs faster. Introducing the ionic docs command. With a simple command, ionic docs ionlist, you will be directed to the Ionic framework […]

README: Angular 2 has changed significantly since this post was written. As such, please do not use this code verbatim. Instead, focus on the concepts below and then map them to the new syntax and API of Angular 2.0.0. By now, the cat’s out of the bag on both Angular 2 and Ionic 2. We […]