How to Use Git with Ionic Projects

Learn how to use Git and BitBucket (or GitHub) with your Ionic 2 projects for backing up code, revision control, and collaboration with others.

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Hosting an Ionic Application with Continuous Integration on Netlify

In this video, we walk through how to host an Ionic application on Netlify using GitHub.

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Using Node.js to Build Great Streaming Services

Tom Hughes-Croucher, founder of Jetpacks for Dinosaurs (and formerly of Yahoo), gives out a whole lot of tips on using Node.JS to make streaming services in this presentation from HTML5 Dev Conf.

Covering everything from bottlenecks, to complications with pipe, to API usage, this talk is sure to have something for anyone using Node.JS to stream. Plus, you get to see a dinosaur wearing a jetpack.

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'How to Build HTML5 Creative Fast' Webinar

Join us for our live webinars & learn how to create HTML5 animated creative fast. With sessions available every Wednesday, you’ll learn how to build multiple creative sizes in minutes, and more. Sign up at

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Embed HTML5 Video for iPad

So if you use video sites like youtube and vimeo, here is how you can adapt your code on your website so that your videos will still play on iPad and iPhone

iPad useragent string
Mozilla/5.0 (iPad; U; CPU OS 3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/531.21.10 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.4 Mobile/7B367 Safari/531.21.10

HTML5, CSS3, and DOM Performance

Paul Irish, from the Chrome Developer Relations team, walks through smart techniques to improve the performance of your app. He describes CSS reflows and how to avoid them, hardware accelerated CSS, animation optimization, web workers, benchmarking and build scripts.

Learn How To Build Android App (Livecoding.TV)

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Offline-First Apps with PouchDB

Bradley Holt, IBM Cloudant

Web and mobile apps shouldn’t stop working when there’s no network connection. Based on Apache CouchDB, PouchDB is an open source syncing JavaScript database that runs within a web browser. Offline-first apps that use PouchDB can provide a better, faster user experience—both offline and online.

Learn how to build offline-enabled responsive mobile web apps using the HTML5 Offline Application Cache and PouchDB. We’ll also discuss how to build cross-platform apps or high-fidelity prototypes using PouchDB, Cordova, and Ionic. PouchDB can also be run within Node.js and on devices for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

This talk includes code examples for creating a PouchDB database, creating a new document, updating a document, deleting a document, querying a database, synchronization PouchDB with a remote database, and live updates to a user interface based on database changes.