Uri Goldshtein is a software developer at Meteor Development Group and frequently writes about Ionic on Meteor’s blog.
A little over a year ago, I released the WhatsApp clone tutorial with Angular, Ionic, and Meteor.
A year has passed, and a lot has happened—Angular 2.0 became stable, Ionic 2.0 entered its RC stage, and Meteor just released 1.4.2 with many improvements (fast build times, full npm and yarn support, Node 4.6.1 and MongoDB 3 by default, GraphQL, and more Databases supported with Apollo).
We’ve been hard at work on a complete integration of Angular 2.0, Meteor, and Ionic.
Each platform has its own CLI and build process solutions, so we made it possible for you to choose your favorite.
Today, I’m happy to announce that we are releasing two new versions of the Ionic/Meteor WhatsApp tutorial, this time with Angular 2.0 and Ionic 2.0, one using the Ionic CLI and one using the Meteor CLI.
Check them out here.
In these tutorials, we’ll create a full WhatsApp clone using Angular 2 and Ionic 2. We’ll use Meteor’s real-time collections for the chat and Meteor’s simple Authentication packages for SMS-based authentication.