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Debugging CSS in Ionic: Tips & Tricks

The browser debugging tools are endlessly useful for helping to build your Ionic applications, and debug any issues you come across. In this article, I am going to discuss a few of the tools and techniques I use to help debug CSS issues in my Ionic application. As well as using these tools to help […]

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Advanced Guide to the Ionic Framework

Once you’ve got the basics of Ionic down then all you have left to learn is… everything else. It’s hard to clearly define where your time would be best spent once you are past the basics – there’s not much point in slogging through tutorial after tutorial implementing different kinds of components and plugins. Once […]

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The Role of End-To-End (E2E) Tests in Ionic

End-To-End (E2E) testing involves creating automated tests that will test your application as a whole, rather than testing individual chunks of code in isolation (which is the purpose of a unit test). In this video tutorial, I walk through a real-world application that has some e2e tests implemented and discuss the purpose and value of […]

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The Role of Unit Tests in Ionic

Unit testing is an intimidating task to get started with, and with no prior knowledge of creating automated tests, it can be hard to understand the how and why of unit testing. In this video, I walk through some unit tests I have set up for a real-world application I am working on, and we […]

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Setting Up Unit and E2E Tests in Ionic

I’ve written many tutorials on adding automated tests to Ionic applications, but one of the trickiest parts of the whole process is just getting the testing environment configured. If you want to set up unit and end-to-end tests you will need to install Jasmine, Karma, Protractor, and an array of other packages that need to […]

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Integrating Google AdMob Advertisements in Ionic

Advertisements, although not always the best way to monetise a venture, are one of the easiest ways to potentially earn some money from an application or website. Google’s advertisement platform allows you to easily implement advertisements without having to secure deals with advertisers yourself – you display Google’s ads and you get a percentage of […]

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Automating Mocks in Ionic Native 3.x

With the release of Ionic Native 3.x we are now able to create mocks for Ionic Native plugins. If you are not already familiar with the concept of a mock, the basic idea is to create a “fake” class that pretends to be the real class. This is a concept typically used for creating unit […]

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Building Ionic 2 Applications for iOS without a Mac

When it comes to building iOS applications on a Windows machine, it’s not an easy process. It feels like Apple is fighting you every step of the way, but it is possible. In fact, when I first got into mobile development I did this for about 2 years. An Ionic 2 application is built with […]