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It’s pretty much unavoidable that we’re going to need to pass data around our app at some point. Why? Because apps are made up of a whole bunch of views and user interactions and…stuff, none of which tend to exist in isolation. Whether we’re talking about data pulled in via a REST API, collected from […]

Hopefully you caught our big release announcement for Ionic 1.2 last week. If not, go take a look at what made one of our biggest Ionic 1 releases in 2015. Ionic 1.2.1 fixes a number of smaller issues in 1.2, improving stability and performance with a number of components. See the full CHANGELOG for the […]

Uri Goldshtein is a software developer at Meteor Development Group and frequently writes about Ionic on Meteor’s blog For the Ionic 2 version of this tutorial, click here. With Angular-Meteor, Meteor became a great backend solution for Angular and Ionic apps. Meteor now has official support for Angular with its third party libraries, and Ionic […]

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 […]

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 […]

Hey Ionites, After a hugely successful ngConf last week, the Ionic office is abuzz with Angular 2, and what it means for Ionic. The number one response from ngConf is that Angular is here to stay, and will only continue to dominate in the future. We are all investing in the right framework. With that […]

Single Page Apps are ruling the world and AngularJS is leading the charge. But many of the lessons we learned in the Web 2.0 era no longer apply, and few are as drastically different as authentication. Depending on where you build and release your AngularJS app, there are different ways to handle authentication and I […]

Say you’re going to Chicago for the weekend but would love company on the drive and a little bit of gas money. Coride.co, founded by Adam Braus and based in Madison, WI, is an app that does just that. It helps individual drivers sell tickets for seats in their cars on road trips. “In a […]

HabitRPG is a fantasy role-playing game for improving real-life habits. When users achieve their goals, such as exercising for a certain number of hours a day or writing a specific number of words a day, they gain experience and “gold.” Failed goals (smoking, eating junk food, etc.) result in lost hit points. It’s for anyone […]

When building AngularJS apps, it can be challenging to access data and services hidden deep in our application through the Javascript console in Chrome, Firefox, and IE. Here are some simple tricks we can use to inspect and control a running Angular app through the browser Javascript console, making it easy to test, modify, and […]

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