Tagged: beginner

Ionic 4

Using Angular Routing with Ionic 4

Recently, I published an article that talked through some of the expected changes for the upcoming Ionic 4.x release. Most of the changes that will be introduced are behind the scenes, and there won’t be that many changes required for updating your Ionic 3.x applications to 4.x. Perhaps the most noticeable change coming in Ionic […]

Create Native HTML5 Games with Phaser and Capacitor

Building HTML5 games with Phaser has been somewhat of a hobby of mine over the past few years, and I’ve even written a few tutorials about Phaser with a focus on developing HTML5 games for mobile. However, despite having created a few mostly finished games most of them never actually see the light of day. […]

Chrome DevTools Logo

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 […]

Angular vs Vue

Learning Vue for Ionic/Angular Developers – Part 5

Learning Vue for Ionic/Angular Developers – Part 1: Vue Syntax vs Angular Syntax Learning Vue for Ionic/Angular Developers – Part 2: Navigation Learning Vue for Ionic/Angular Developers – Part 3: Services/Providers and HTTP Requests Learning Vue for Ionic/Angular Developers – Part 4: Storing Data with Local Storage, IndexedDB, WebSQL, and SQLite Learning Vue for Ionic/Angular […]

Angular vs Vue

Learning Vue for Ionic/Angular Developers – Part 3

Learning Vue for Ionic/Angular Developers – Part 1: Vue Syntax vs Angular Syntax Learning Vue for Ionic/Angular Developers – Part 2: Navigation Learning Vue for Ionic/Angular Developers – Part 3: Services/Providers and HTTP Requests (this tutorial) Learning Vue for Ionic/Angular Developers – Part 4: Storing Data with Local Storage, IndexedDB, WebSQL, and SQLite Learning Vue […]

Ionic in Other Frameworks

Using Ionic with Any Framework (or None at All)

Last week, I released an article that discussed Stencil and the impact that it will have on the Ionic framework. The key point is that Stencil is being used to rebuild all of Ionic’s components as web components, which will remove Ionic’s dependence on Angular. This does not mean that Ionic is moving away from […]

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 […]

Lazy Loading

What Does Lazy Loading Do in Ionic?

Lazy loading has been around for a while now, and it’s likely that you’ve had at least some experience with it if you have been building Ionic applications recently (the Ionic CLI page generator uses lazy loading by default). If you aren’t familiar with lazy loading, then you might be interested in checking out this […]