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Navigating with Angular Router in Ionic 4

Navigating with Angular Router in Ionic 4

With Ionic 4, the recommended way to navigate between pages is through the Angular Router (if we are using ionic with angular of course). The unfortunate part of this change is that it’s not as easy as pushing and popping pages. Fortunately, the angular router does come with some benefits, especially when you have plans use your app as a webapp as well.

Conditional Statements

Conditional Statements

If you are reading this, then you should be familiar with flow controls like if statements. In JavaScript, if statements are used to control the flow of the app and make certain decisions. Angular has similar conditional statements called *ngIf. *ngIf is a directive. A directive is an attribute you can give a HTML element, and change the element’s behaviour or they way it looks. It’s possible to create your own directives in Angular, but for now let’s just work…

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Data Binding in Ionic

Data Binding in Ionic

Understanding The Data flow Mobile apps and Web Applications today work in a very simple manner that comprises with three steps Get some sort of information from the user Process that information with what ever algorithm you have formulated Output a certain result to the user Look at the top 3 apps you use on your phone. At some point, they have fulfilled all three of those points. What is the point of an app if you don’t get an…

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