Mobile App Development with Ionic 2: Cross-Platform Apps with Ionic, Angular, and Cordova

"O'Reilly Media, Inc.", 10.04.2017 - 294 Seiten
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Learn how to build app store-ready hybrid apps with the Ionic 2, the framework built on top of Apache Cordova (formerly PhoneGap) and Angular. This practical guide shows you how to use Ionic’s tools and services to develop apps with HTML, CSS, and TypeScript, rather than rely on platform-specific solutions found in Android, iOS, and Windows Phone.

Author Chris Griffith takes you step-by-step through Ionic’s powerful collection of UI components, and then helps you use it to build three cross-platform mobile apps. Whether you’re new to this framework or have been working with Ionic 1, this book is ideal for beginning, intermediate, and advanced web developers.

  • Understand what a hybrid mobile app is, and what comprises a basic Ionic application
  • Learn how Ionic leverages Apache Cordova, Angular, and TypeScript to create native mobile applications
  • Create a Firebase-enabled to-do application that stores data across multiple clients
  • Build a tab-based National Park explorer app with Google Map integration
  • Develop a weather app with the Darksky weather API and Google’s GeoCode API
  • Debug and test your app to resolve issues that arise during development
  • Walk through steps for deploying your app to native app stores
  • Learn how Ionic can be used to create Progressive Web Apps

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Chapter 1 Hybrid Mobile Apps
Chapter 2 Setting Up Our Development Environment
Chapter 3 Understanding the Ionic CommandLine Interface
Chapter 4 Just Enough Angular and TypeScript
Chapter 5 Apache Cordova Basics
Chapter 6 Understanding Ionic
Chapter 7 Building Our Ionic2Do App
Chapter 8 Building a TabBased App
Chapter 11 Deploying Your Application
Chapter 12 Exploring the Ionic Cloud
Chapter 13 Progressive Web Apps
Chapter 14 Conclusion
Appendix A Migrating Ionic 1 to Ionic 2
Appendix B Understanding the Configxml File
Appendix C Ionic Component Library

Chapter 9 Building a Weather Application
Chapter 10 Debugging and Testing Your Ionic Application
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Chris Griffith is the User Experience Lead at a home automation and security company and is also an instructor at the University of California, San Diego Extension, teaching mobile application development. He is also an Adobe Community Professional specializing in PhoneGap/Cordova and Experience Design. Chris is regularly invited to speak at conferences such as Fluent, Adobe MAX and ngConf. He has developed several mobile applications, a variety of code-hinters and ConfiGAP for PhoneGap Build. In addition, he has served as a technical reviewer for several publications and written for In his spare time, Chris spends time with his family, sea kayaking, hiking, and drinking craft beer with friends. You can follow him on Twitter @chrisgriffith or at

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