Ionic makes it incredibly easy to build beautiful and interactive mobile apps using HTML5, SCSS, and Angular. Ionic also makes app development easier, faster, and more fun.
This hands-on guide will help you understand the Ionic framework and how you can leverage it to create amazing real-time applications. We begin by covering the essential features of Angular 2, and then dive straight into how Ionic fits in today’s world of hybrid app development and give you a better understanding of the mobile hybrid architecture along the way.
Further on, you will learn how to work with Ionic decorators, services, and components, which will allow you to build complex apps using the Ionic framework. We will take a look at theming Ionic apps using the built-in SCSS setup. After that, we will explore Ionic Native, and you will learn how to integrate device-specific features, such as notifications, with the Ionic app. To complete our learning, we will be building a Rider app, using Ionic and Uber API, to book a ride.
Next, you will learn how to unit test, end-to-end test, monkey test, and execute device testing on AWS Device farm. Then, we will take a look at migrating the existing Ionic 1 apps to Ionic 2 and deploy them to the App Store. The final chapter on Ionic 3 wraps up this book by explaining the new features of Ionic 3 at the time of writing this book.
By the end of this book, you will be able to develop, deploy, and manage hybrid mobile applications built with Cordova, Ionic, and Angular.
All the examples in this book are valid for both Ionic 2 and Ionic 3.
What You Will Learn
- Understanding the world of the mobile hybrid architecture
- Scaffolding and working with Ionic templates
- Transforming a single page app to a multi-page app using Navigation Controller
- Integrating Ionic components, decorators, and services and rapidly developing complex applications
- Theming Ionic apps as well as customizing components using SCSS
- Working with Ionic Native to interface with device features, such as camera, notifications, and battery
- Building a production grade app using Ionic and Uber API to let users book a ride
- Migrating an Ionic 1 app to Ionic 2 or Ionic 3
- Performing unit testing, end-to-end testing, and device testing on your apps
- Deploying Ionic apps to store and manage their subsequent releases
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