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Monday, August 21, 2017

Ionic 3 and Angular 4: Insert and Delete with Token Based Restful API

This is the continued series of article on developing a mobile app with Ionic and Angular JS. This post deals with updating and deleting any post on the application. This also explains how to show the loading image by making an Ajax call. While deleting a post, it will show an alert message to confirm whether to delete or not. This post is all about this. Hope you all make use of this series of articles on Ionic and Angular to build your own mobile app.

Ionic 3 and Angular 4:Login and Signup with PHP Restful API.

Tuesday, August 08, 2017

Ionic Split Pane with Login and Logout System.

I received a tutorial request from one of my blog readers to implement Ionic Split Pane with the login system. Ionic has been improving and releasing new desktop layout features. This post is an enhancement to my previous application. SplitPane is the new component introduced in Ionic 2.2.0. This targets to create apps of any screen size like desktops and tablets. With this, it is easy to show a side menu with side-by-side navigation controllers. Let’s see how we do this, and follow the demo below for more details.

Ionic 3 and Angular 4:Login and Signup with PHP Restful API.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Ionic 3 and Angular 4: JSON Parsing with Token Based Restful API

We have covered most of the topics in building a mobile application using Ionic 3 and Angular JS 4. Today’s topic is to pull in data for news feed from a server and display it on your website. This is suggestible post since it does proper verification at the backend based on token. All it does is, it will verify system token and user token at the backend and then pulls data using feed API url. I have also added an extra code to the previous post for login authentication with PHP Restful API for showing alert messages. Please do follow the below video and code for your understanding.

Ionic 3 and Angular 4:Login and Signup with PHP Restful API.

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Ionic 3 and Angular 4: Adding Custom Fonts like Open Sans and Font Awesome.

We all know that Ionic is the useful framework for building HTML 5 mobile applications. It is mainly designed for the front end. When it comes to look and feel of the Ionic website, you have to work more on your application branding standards. Ionic default icons are not up to current market standards. This tutorial is all about how to add custom downloaded fonts like open sans and font awesome for icons into the Ionic application. Let’s see how you use customized fonts in your Ionic website.

Ionic 3 and Angular 4:Create a Welcome Page with Login and Logout.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Ionic 3 and Angular 4: PHP Restful API User Authentication for Login and Signup.

Here is the continued article on my previous post for creating a welcome page with login and logout. Today’s post explains how to implement login authentication system for your AngularJS applications. It will show you how to log in with a user and store the user session, so it deals with token based authentication. Since we are using token based authentication, it protects if any unauthorized request is made and notices for a new login if required. This makes your application’s authentication to be more secured compared with any other authentication system. Every user details will be stored in an external database and a PHP based API is used in the backend for handling this authentication. Hope you’ll find it more easily using this as your authentication system in your AngularJS projects. Let’s look into the live demo and follow the below code.

Ionic 3 and Angular 4:Login and Signup with PHP Restful API.

Monday, June 12, 2017

Ionic 3 and Angular 4:Create a Welcome Page with Login and Logout.

Most of the mobile applications starts with welcome page with login and signup buttons. A proper login or signup redirects to application home page and there you can navigate to different pages and finally you can end up with a logout action. Today’s tutorial is all about this. Here I am using AngularJS 4 and Ionic 3. The combination of AngularJS and Ionic in handling login is a straight forward process. This design is already explained in my previous posts using ReactJS navigations. Lets see how to set a starting page using Ionic 3 and AngularJS4 and learn basic understanding of how the navigation works.

Ionic 3 and Angular 4:Create a Welcome Page with Login and Logout.

Monday, April 24, 2017

React Native Router Navigations - Tutorial Part 3

This is again the continued post on React Native series. This post explains routing and navigation to different tabs in an application using React Native. Navigation is all about how the user can access possible sequences of pages in a web application. Routing is the encoding and decoding of URLs used in the application. Routing is supported by some set of rules. Each application must provide defined set of rules. Once the routing rules are defined, we can use the URLs containing view names and their parameters to navigate to different pages/tabs in the application.

React Native Router Navigations

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Ionic 3 and Angular 4: Working with Signature Pad.

This tutorial explains how to upgrade to Ionic 3 and Angular 4 and how to use signature pad for your application. If you are working with some agreement related project or something which needs some written proof from the customers, we might in need of a signature pad. The combination of Ionic 3 and Angular 4 provides some better features to achieve signature pad. This will allow you to sign/draw something on the application and save that image as data on the screen. Using this tutorial, you can also make a signature pad with Ionic 2 and Angular 3. Why late? Let’s start this small, but most commonly used task in your application.

Ionic 2 and Angular 2: Using the Native Camera

Friday, April 07, 2017

Ionic 2 and Angular 2: Using the Native Camera, Take Multiple Photos with Delete Action.

Are you searching for easy camera access for taking multiple pictures in your mobile application? Then here is the post explaining on how to access camera and take pictures. In most recent days, this is achieved easily with the combination of Ionic framework and AngularJS. We have already discussed in my previous article, how easy it is to use pre-built it in components of Ionic with AngularJS and build awesome mobile apps. Today’s article explains Cordova plugin provided by Ionic framework to access camera , take picture and see the output. The most exciting thing about this article is, it explains you to upload multiple images you take in camera. Let’s follow the article and also the video tutorial on this.

Ionic 2 and Angular 2: Using the Native Camera

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