Monthly Archives: February 2015

If you’ve used ionic serve or ionic run with live reload and accessing external API endpoints, chances are you’ve run into some CORS issues. They usually look something like this: XMLHttpRequest cannot load http://api.ionic.com/endpoint. No ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ header is present on the requested resource. Origin ‘http://localhost:8100’ is therefore not allowed access. So what is CORS, and […]

Jeremy Wilken’s book Ionic in Action is being published by Manning and will be released late this spring. Even though the book is not yet in print, you can get the early access version today (Save 42% with code ionic42) and give Jeremy direct feedback in the author forum, where he will respond to your […]

This is a guest post by Simon Reimler, software developer at arvato Bertelsmann, experienced with iOS, Android, AngularJS, Ionic and Python. Simon often writes about Ionic, web and mobile development. Read more on Simon’s Blog, DevDactic. Getting the Twitter timeline of a user into your Ionic app can be a challenging task. Lucky for us, […]

Viceversa is a social decision-making app that lets anyone in the world help you make choices. Questions as simple as, “Where should we go for dinner?” or as complex as, “What should I say to resolve this situation?” can be crowd-sourced. Close friends and family members can share their opinions privately. The ViceVersa team is […]

We took a small break after our last show, but we’ve all been working really hard for the last couple months and have a lot of exciting things to share. Most importantly, we want to give our community a huge shout-out for all your amazing support, hard work, and beautiful apps that have surpassed all […]