Angular routing plays an important role in a real-world application which is responsible for loading different components which may have sensitive data as well. Angular provides a full proof mechanism to develop an application which can add a protecting shield for accessing components.
Ionic 4 is using Angular Routing, so it becomes very easy to add authentication in an Ionic application using Auth Guards.
In this post, we will create a simple login application to quickly demonstrate how we can implement Angular Guards in Ionic 4 to prevent access to pages if the user is not logged in. This is very common and required by most of the real world application where we don’t want some pages to be accessed without proper authentication.
After the release of Ionic’s stable version 4, the major change which is introduced besides web components is related to Routing. The latest version of Ionic now supports Angular Routing.
In the earlier version on Ionic, there was the concept of push and pop, where pages were pushed in a stack of pages having viewable page object on top. So if we want to go to some page we simply go to that pushed page index or push a new one.
We have already discussed other Image and Content carousel like Slick and Swiper to implement in Angular 6 & 7 version application. Swiper is a very popular carousel which also used with Ionic known as Slides.
In this post, we will implement the Firebase database in Angular 7 project. Firebase provides a cloud-based service Firestore, it is a NoSQL database which is very fast and easy to create and maintain.
In our example app, we will have Database CRUD operations which are commonly known as Create, Delete, Update and Delete. These are the basic database operation which is used in most of the real world application. To keep out app simple to understand we will not have routing.
In this article, we will implement Firebase Authentication service in Angular Application to enable Login/ Registration simply with Email/ Password as well as Google account.
In our previous post, we discussed How to Implement Swiper Carousel in Angular in 3 easy steps, Today we will discuss another but very powerful jQuery dependent Carousel Slick, which can be easily Implemented in and Angular 6+ version application.
Our applications may have a lot of data for presentation, But for creating a good user experience it is preferable to see in a more understandable format like March 12, 2010 is better to read then Mon Mar 12 2010 15:23:40 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time).
For such small and repeated tasks of transforming values in other formats we used to use Filters in AngularJS version 1, But after Angular 2 we have pipes which serve similar tasks and once defined can be used anywhere in the application.
AIn this post, we will discuss a more advanced Image Carousel know as Swiper. This Carousel is actually more than an Image Slider, we can have any type of content from HTML, graphics, video etc. Swiper also supports parallax effect multiple slide effects, having verticle and horizontal sliders. Swiper also supports nested and easy installation of multiple Sliders/ Carousels on a single view.