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.
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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.
This is the continuation of previous article Getting started with React Native Template Design – Tutorial Part I. Today’s article and video tutorial explains how to parse and render the json data using some of the best React Native packages. It explains how to make ajax calls using fetch. Fetch is the networking API, which is chosen by React Native to get the JSON data and render it in the page. I hope embedded videos with blog posts are more advantageous for you to learn. I appreciate to take any feedback if you have, so that I can make it better.
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This article is the continuation of previous post Create an Angular 2 CLI App with Firebase Social Authentication. This post further explains the authentication feature for your Angular CLI application using Firebase. AngularFire is the library used for this. In addition to this, we require some Angular providers called sign-in providers to use Firebase Authentication feature. This article explains Facebook, Google and Twitter authentication to log in with our users. Follow the demo and article to install and setup AngularFire library and build your angular web application with an easy and perfect login authentication. Also, the article explains how to redirect to home page from other pages and vice-versa.
Create an Angular 2 CLI App with Firebase Social Authentication Facebook, Google, Github and Twitter
There is a lot of fun in building an AngularJS application and after you finish the application, for others to see your application you will need to deploy the project on some web server such as NodeJS, Amazon AWS, Heroku,etc,. But, this requires a long procedure for the deployment and sometimes it can even be expensive. Google provides free Firebase for deploying AngularJS projects. Firebase Hosting provides fast and secure static hosting for your web app. This Hosting also provides social login authentication and gives your project a subdomain for deploying. for Facebook, Google and Twitter.
These days, there are no projects that do not have a REST API for creating professional web services. REST ( Representational State Transfer) consists set of guidelines to build a web service, which can be used to modify or view specific information on the web without performing any server side operations. Using RESTful APIs saves huge amount of time. Twitter, Facebook, Google and thousands of companies use REST APIs. This is because REST is the most efficient and widespread standard in the creation of APIs for Internet services.
Anyone who wants to increase performance and security of your web page, I suggest to have Cloudflare setup in your DNS system. I have posted few articles to install paid SSL certificate for your web page, all which needs your complete support to maintain. But, Cloudflare provides free SSL certificates with a limited access (which is enough for any website) and it takes care most of the support that your web page needs. Most importantly, nowadays Google is providing better preferences for the web pages which has HTTPs as the protocol and more chances for your web page to appear on Google search.