The ionic framework provides very beautiful UI Components like custom buttons, select boxes, loaders, alerts, toasts, checkboxes & radio etc. These are fully customizable with many options like for example if we take a button, we can easily change its color, shape, fill style with various available options given on respective UI component docs like
Development in the Ionic framework is mostly handled through CMD Command prompt. We can open code, create APK packages, install plugins etc from CMD itself. But sometimes to test some of the Ionic Native plugins need a real device, for that we may create APK using $ ionic cordova build android and then we can transfer the generated an APK in the
Ionic 3 provides Toast Controller using which we can have close enough toasts like native applications. Toasts prove very helpful in making user interfaces more friendly, we can alert users for small information like data processing, please wait, It’s Done! like messages.
After finishing my app development and testing phase, I tried to find some good documentation for generating production release of my build APK. When I searched on Google, the first link which landed me on Ionic docs explaining to create production release in Ionic 1. As ionic 2/3 is based on Angular 4 latest component-based technology having a powerful feature called AOT (Ahead of Time). AOT in
The Ionic framework is best suited for the development of Hybrid apps, it provides ultimate and great features to remove that thin like to distinguish between Native and Hybrid apps. You can visit my previous post for another useful trick for Ionic optimizations. In this post, we will discuss Template Caching technique which we can