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Migrate to Ionic 4

Migrate to Ionic 4

After a long wait, Ionic 4 is finally at beta. This basically means there won’t be major changes from what they have released. If you are brave enough, you can even start building your projects in Ionic 4 or migrate to Ionic 4. I am one of the brave ones, and I am LOVING IT! The biggest change in Ionic 4 is its use of Web Components, removing its dependency to Angular. That means you can build Ionic Apps using…

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Firebase Promise

Firebase Promise

What is a Promise Promise represent an eventual (asynchronous) value. When you are using a method that returns a promise then that method will either resolve or reject, in any case of resolve or reject, it calls all the callback functions that have been assigned via the then() or catch() methods. Let’s discus further on these two methods: .then() and catch(): then() method in firebase returns firebase Promise containing any type. this method is called when the Promise is resolved….

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Text, Buttons and Images

Text, Buttons and Images

In this tutorial, we’ll be touching on Ionic Components – how do you use them and where do you find them. Before continuing, you need to have Ionic4 installed and know how to start and run ionic apps. Let’s start off by creating a fresh new Ionic4 project name LottoGenerator. As you might have guessed, our app will generate lotto numbers. Run the command below to create your project. ionic start LottoGenerator blank –type=angular Then run your project cd LottoGenerator…

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Build an app in Five Minutes

Build an app in Five Minutes

Before you can follow any of the Ionic tutorials on this website, you need to install Ionic onto you machine. Below are instructions that can help you through the process of installing Ionic on which ever platform you are running. If you experience any problems with the instructions below, kindly leave a comment and I’ll do my best to help you out. If you have Ionic installed (Ionic4), move right along to the first tutorial of building a Social Task…

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Native Vs Hybrid Apps

Native Vs Hybrid Apps

After reading this article you will be able to differentiate between two types of mobile development model. We are looking at native and hybrid app development. Native App Choosing to develop an app which will be only used for a particular operating system then native app development would be a best choice. For instance, if you’re developing an app for IOS then you have to write iOS applications in Objective-C or Swift. When developing an Android-native apps you will use…

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