One of the biggest issues and limitations faced by Ionic developers, and other “hybrid” application developers, is the reliance upon third… continue reading.
As we have discussed quite a bit now, the idea with state management solutions like Redux and NgRx is to dispatch actions which are… continue reading.
Over the past few weeks we have been covering various aspects of state management in Ionic applications - both with Angular ( using NgRx… continue reading.
In this tutorial, we are going to tackle the basics of using NgRx for state management in an Ionic/Angular application. If you are… continue reading.
Recently, someone asked me if it is possible to create a shared element transition in an Ionic application. I wasn’t actually familiar… continue reading.
In this tutorial, we are going to look into how we can use SASS (which is built into Ionic/Angular applications by default) to create a… continue reading.
A good experience in a mobile application rests heavily on good communication. You communicate your intent to the application, and it… continue reading.
Many Ionic applications will require the concept of an authenticated user who is authorised to perform certain actions - perhaps only… continue reading.
I’ve written a few articles in the past that covered using the Angular Animations API in an Ionic application. You can find some of those… continue reading.
Angular has fantastic support for forms, from the simple to the more robust reactive forms that make use of and . Using allows us… continue reading.
A while ago I wrote a tutorial on building a custom input component for an Ionic application. It used an HTML5 and a gesture listener to… continue reading.
When it comes to accessing native functionality in Capacitor , we are generally able to use any of the thousands of existing plugins for… continue reading.
Earlier this week, I published a tutorial that described how to use Capacitor to run custom iOS native code in Ionic . We built a Capacitor… continue reading.
One of the limiting factors of the hybrid application approach is the reliance on a mostly community driven plugin ecosystem to access… continue reading.
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… continue reading.
A little while ago I released an article named Advanced Forms & Validation in Ionic where we discussed the concept of using Validators… continue reading.
Unit testing is an intimidating task to get started with, and with no prior knowledge of creating automated tests, it can be hard to… continue reading.
I’ve written many tutorials on adding automated tests to Ionic applications, but one of the trickiest parts of the whole process is just… continue reading.
I almost titled this post something clickbaity like ‘The one MASSIVE security mistake hybrid developers are making’ . It is a big issue… continue reading.