Tagged: ionic

Custom SVG Icons in Ionic with Ionicons

Like the rest of Ionic in Ionic 4, Ionicons has recently received the web components treatment. If you’ve used Ionic in the past, then you have likely used Ionicons which provides all of Ionic’s icons. Adding a range of well-designed and platform consistent icons is as simple as dropping the following into your project: Ionicons […]

CSS4 Variables in Ionic

A Primer on CSS 4 Variables for Ionic 4

Apparently, good things come in 4’s (sorry, that was the best I could do). Another significant addition to Ionic 4 is going to be support for CSS4 variables, which will now play the primary role in Ionic’s theming approach. In this article, we are going to take a brief look at what CSS4 variables are […]

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Ionic Framework Is Fast (But Your Code Might Not Be)

I don’t want this article to come across as a self-righteous rant, or that I’m attacking people who have made statements like the ones I will use as examples in this article. The last thing I want to do is sound elitist or fan the flames of framework wars. So, I will precede this article […]

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. Ionic 4 has not officially been released yet, […]

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. […]

Stencil to Web Component to NPM

Publishing a Web Component Using Stencil (And Using It Anywhere)

Over the past couple of weeks we have explored creating custom components within Ionic/Angular, and creating custom web components using Stencil. Although both behave very similarly, the key difference between creating an Angular component, and a Stencil component, is that Stencil generates generic web components that can be used anywhere. Angular components can only be […]