Ionic Framework provides two very powerful methods to load a large number of list items in mobile application very efficiently. First is Infinite Scroll list container which we have already discussed and the other one is Virtual Scroll list component.
In Web Applications where we have a large number of items to show, traditionally we use page number where a user can move to a page showing a specific number of records like 15 or 25 per page. We use pagination to make data viewing easier to see as we can’t show all data set having a large number of list items at once, which may result in an issue with page performance and users may find it difficult get required information. Continue reading Ionic 4 | Add Infinite Scroll / Auto Data Loader Component in Ionic 4 Application
Development in Ionic or Hybrid app is fast as compared to native apps, but debugging proves a bit challenging if we don’t want to use memory consuming IDE’s like Android studio. We have already discussed How to Debug Applications in Real Device using CMD but what if the application stops working of or there is any logical error?
I was working on an Ionic 3 project and debugging application live with connected Android devices by running following command
As the latest stable version of the Ionic framework, V4 has been released which is way more future proof and easily adaptable with new frameworks like react, Vuejs etc by using web components technology. But still, there are some developers who may prefer version 3 of Ionic as routing of ionic was having much more similarities to the native environment in terms of keeking view data or maintain the history of a view intact. We can easily use push & pop methods of NavController in ‘ionic-angular’ package.
Very much awaited Ionic’s Version 4 is finally released with full of celebrations and feelings full of thrillers by the Ionic team. According to the team Back in 2013 Ionic was introduced in support with AngularJS to make is compatible with the latest choice of developers at that time. After that, there was Angular 2 and so on, Ionic also updated with 2 and later version 3 of the Ionic framework.
Google Analytics is a tried and tested tool which helps to track user activity in a number of ways. We can get information on wide variety of categories like most pages a user entered or left, how much time they spent, from where they came, by which means they landed etc, not only this but we can now also get gender percentage and age group of people visiting.
The latest update of one of my application got suspended by Google team due to some issue related to ads shown in the application. The issue was with Interstitial type of ads which I was showing in application after view change.
We have already discussed How to Override Back Press Event in Ionic’s V3 which we can easily do by using Platform’s registerBackButtonAction method. But in Ionic’s V4 version this method simply does not work.
So in this post, we will create an Ionic V4 Application to demonstrate overriding of Back Press Event in Ionic 4 Application. We will also discuss how to get the current Component name to handle it more conveniently.