In this tutorial, we will learn how to make HTTP calls using Ionic’s Native HTTP plugin.
Some of its advantages are as follows:
Background threading: All requests are done in background thread like native applications.
SSL Pinning: Pinning is used to improve the security of a service. It is used to create a secure Identity for making communications. Continue reading Ionic 4 | Native HTTP Plugin Tutorial with Example
Angular’s HttpClient service enables communication between application and server by making an HTTP call to RESTfull API endpoints. In response, we get JSON data which is consumed to show meaningful content to users in client-side applications.
In this tutorial we are going to learn, how to use HttpClient service in Ionic 4 Application to make server HTTP calls with custom headers and propper Error Handling using RxJS operators. In our student application, we will implement CRUD (Create, Read, Update and Delete) operations to communicate with a Mock Server which we will build using JSON-Server NPM package. Continue reading Ionic 4 HttpClient CRUD Service Tutorial to Consume RESTful Server API
In a hybrid application which runs in a WebView, we sometimes face challenges to have control on Keyboard to show or hide when the user starts to type in. To resolve this ve have Cordova plugin which controls Keyboards events and provides easy methods to intentionally show or hide Keyboard on user screen.
Here we will discuss How to add Keyboard Native plugin in Ionic 4 application and how to sue Keyboards Hook events.
Continue reading Ionic 4 | Keyboard Native Plugin Tutorial
To give a more native look to the Ionic application we can replace HTML based Datepicker with Android’s Native Date and Time picker in Ionic hybrid applications. Ionic’s Native Datetime Picker plugin allows adding Android Date and Time picker with many custom options and themes. Continue reading Ionic 4 Native | Date & Time Picker using Native DatePicker plugin Tutorial by Example
Angular Material is an awesome UI framework which is fully compatible to work with Angular applications. It is fully loaded with We Components which are supported for responsive and multi-device platforms. There is a number of easy to use components like Autocomplete, Datepicker, Stepper, Tree structures, Data tables, etc which can empower Ionic applications to the next level.
In this tutorial, we will get to know how to install Angular Material UI Components in an Ionic application.
We will first install Material packages in Ionic 4 application then try some of its components. For this, we will create a new Ionic 4 application with a blank template. Continue reading Ionic 4 + Angular Material 8 | How to Install Material and Use its Components in Ionic App
Whenever we update APK with the latest version on Playstore, it remains unpredictable if users have upgraded to the latest version or not. So there is a possibility that most of them may have not opted for auto application update in Playstore application.
So as a solution to let the user know there is an updated version available, on application start we will show a Dialog box to prompt the user that there is an update available with OK and Cancel buttons.
Continue reading Ionic 4 | In App Version Check and Updater Dialog using App Update Native Plugin
In many applications which includes large forms to take data submission, it is very important to keep the user interface simple and clean for visitors to understand. The best way is to take data from users in steps.
We can divide data into multiple groups and take these input from the user in a step by step formats. This type of data submission is done with the help of Stepper.
Continue reading Angular Material 8 | Stepper Tutorial with Examples
Tabs component organizes different content views at one area where only one is visible time and the user can switch them by clicking on each tab’s header name.
Angular Material Tabs create a beautiful layout filled with animation. Each tab section is provided with a header label name which can be clicked to show its content on the same place.
In this tutorial, we will add Angular Material Tab’s component and also discuss available options and features in Tab’s component.
Continue reading Angular 8 + Material | Adding Tabs Component in Angular using Material v8.x.x
In this tutorial, we will Implement resizable feature on elements and layout. By adding resizable feature a user can resize a container or element by dragging from corners.
The resizable feature can be added in many areas in an application to resize the editable container, Images, Dashboard sections, etc.
Continue reading Angular 8 | Re-sizable Elements and Layouts in Angular 8 Application
In a real-world application, we may receive data in multiple forms, but some of these could in complex formats which are not easy for normal users to understand. For example Date object shows to date in a format like this
Sat Aug 03 2019 19:48:11 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
But it’s better to have something like this:
Saturday, 03 Aug 2019 07:50 PM
Continue reading Angular 8 Pipes | All Type of Pipes with Examples