Tagged: backend

CouchDB Replication

Replicating a Cloudant Database to CouchDB

Last week, I wrote a tutorial that walked through how to set up a CouchDB database on a self-hosted Ubuntu server. I talked about some of the benefits of going for a self-hosted approach over using a service like Cloudant. One of the big benefits of the CouchDB protocol is how portable it is. With […]

TypeScript vs ES6

Adding ES6/TypeScript Support to a NodeJS Server

In past tutorials, we have covered setting up a basic Node/Express server and even integrating a Node server with Ionic. Up until this point, we have just been using the standard ES5 JavaScript syntax when building the server. If you are used to using Ionic, and many readers of this blog would be, then you […]

Firebase

Hosting an Ionic PWA with Firebase Hosting

Part 1: Building a Cryptocurrency Price Tracker PWA in Ionic Part 2: Preparing a Progressive Web Application for Production Part 3: Hosting a Progressive Web Application with Firebase Hosting (this tutorial) In the past couple of tutorials, we have been working on building a cryptocurrency price tracking application as a progressive web application in Ionic. […]

Ionic Backends

Integrating a Backend with Ionic

I often see questions like “How do I use PHP/MySQL in Ionic?” or “Does Ionic work with X backend?” – these are reasonable questions, but it indicates a big misconception as to how integrating a backend with Ionic works. The technology that is used on the backend is completely irrelevant, as the backend and the […]