It’s not like native development is bad. Swift itself is a beautiful language, and even Android Studio is not that bad anymore, so how comes more and more people switched to Ionic?
The image gallery is a classic pattern used in many applications which need to display any kind of grid with pictures or photos to the user. If you have specific requirements, there might not be an out of the box solution that works fine for you, that’s why we will create our own Ionic image gallery.
Recently I dig into authentication with Ionic a bit more and found a rather unrepresented topic that can actually help to secure your app really easy. I stumbled upon the Ionic Auth Guards while working on a new JWT Authentication course for the Ionic Academy.
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Let’s face the truth: Learning to code is challenging and can sometimes be frustrating. You can get lost in your self studies and reach a point where you loose interest and focus on something else because you simply can’t find anymore fun in it.
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A few weeks ago the Ionic Academy was announced and the response was incredible. You really want a platform to learn and interact and that’s what the Ionic Academy will become – designed for the actual needs of the people. But there is a lot more that goes into such a launch.
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Almost every mobile app nowadays has a login, and using Ionic 2 and Angular it’s pretty easy to craft the UI and logic for a simple Login. My post on simple login with Ionic 1 is one of the most viewed articles, so with the stable release of Ionic 3 already it’s time for an updated (and more stylish) version of that!
The Ionic CLI was and still is awesome. With Ionic 2 coming, it time to update my previous very popular Ionic Framework 1 cheatsheet to include all the great options you currently have to build hybrid apps!
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“Hybrid apps are slow” was possible the first and most often heard argument I encountered when the discussion was about going hybrid instead of native. There was and sometimes still is an invisible barrier of ignorance.
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