It’s really exciting to us that so many developers are creating Ionic apps for The Internet of Things. This week, we wanted to feature two Ionic developers who are taking it upon themselves to do cool IoT projects with Ionic apps. Let’s take a look.
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 […]
We love sharing the stories of the forward-thinking developers who are building Ionic apps for The Internet of Things (IoT). Recently, we learned about Ontario, Canada-based Giatec Scientific, a knowledge-based company whose products solve engineering problems, using cutting-edge research and technology, to help engineers manage civil infrastructure. One of their newest products, Giatec SmartRock™, transmits […]
In our last screencast, we converted all of our Angular controllers to ES6-styled classes. Now, let’s take a look at that factory and how we can make it a class, and get code completion for all of its methods.
Today, we are excited to announce the soft release of Ionic 1.2. This release comes with over 100 bugs fixed, tons of PRs merged, and some awesome new features that I’ll get to in a second. It also marks the start of our transition into the next generation of Ionic. We are looking for help […]
Hey everyone, long time no see! In our last two screencasts, we created a simple TypeScript build process and looked at adding typings to our code. Let’s pick up where we left off and convert our controllers to something more ES6 class-like.
At Ionic, we focus on open web technologies, which are available to anyone with an internet connection, so that as many people as possible can build mobile apps in a cost-effective way. Like WordPress, the top web publishing platform in the world, which seeks to “democratize publishing, one website at a time”, Ionic seeks to […]
Ionic makes it easy to create a user interface that ports easily across multiple devices, but most apps that do something of interest can’t rely on their frontend alone. In this post, we’ll look at integrating Backand as the backend for your Ionic app and implementing your UI to effectively utilize a MySQL database, either […]