We were really excited to learn that Exis has integrated support for Ionic on its platform, enabling developers to get their apps up and running quickly.
Exis’ cloud services include user authentication, data storage, and custom cloud-hosted backend solutions are easy to integrate with an Ionic app. Developers who’d rather focus on the frontent can use Exis’ cloud storage to quickly get an app off the ground and skip writing their own backends. Developers looking to write more heavy-duty backends, without the burden of maintaining infrastructure, can use Exis cloud hosting to run custom servers using Node.js.
Check out this tutorial to learn how to leverage Exis as a back-end storage solution for your Ionic app. If you’re interested in seeing how to create an Ionic app using a simple custom Node.js server running in Exis’ cloud hosting service, Exis has one right here.