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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Part 1.1: Building Beautiful Mobile Apps In Visualforce Using AngularJS And Ionic

In this quick video, I will give quick overview of AngularJS and Ionic Frameworks and plans for this video series like how to port them to Salesforce Visualforce, etc.

Part 2.2: Building Beautiful Mobile Apps In Visualforce Using AngularJS And Ionic

In this short video, I show how to configure Ionic Mobile App that’s in Visualforce page to run in Salesforce1.

Ionic Framework Tutorial 1: Create Mobile Apps Using Ionic (Intro)

Learn how to get started with creating mobile applications for android and iOS with Ionic framework AngularJS.
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Ionic 3 Apps for WooCommerce Build an eCommerce Mobile App

onic 3 Apps for WooCommerce is a course that will help you understand the basics of the latest version of Ionic Framework, v3, and also walk you through, step by step, to build a complete eCommerce application for Android and iOS using your WooCommerce Store as the back-end. Ionic Framework v2 and v3 are similar, so even if you want to learn Ionic 2, you need the same course.

The eCommerce app that we will build in this course gets the products’ information from the WooCommerce store. You do not need to setup any extra databases or servers. All you need is just a WooCommerce store, either locally or on a remote server.Don’t own a WooCommerce Store yet? You will learn how to setup a WooCommerce store for free on your own computer and then use it to build an eCommerce App. You do not need to buy any tool or software. The course uses all open-sourced technologies.

You will build an eCommerce app that will allow the user to browse through the product catalog, search products in a particular product category, add product to their cart and then pay for their orders. The customers can pay using the PayPal payment gateway as well. The users will get Push Notifications every time you publish a new product.The orders will be received on the WooCommerce and then can be processed further by the shop admin. The app takes care of user authentication and only allows users with valid customer accounts to place orders. The app also allows new customers to sign up for an account.

So why wait? Build a complete eCommerce solution yourself and release your app in the play store whether you need to expand your skills or your business.

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Using Ionic, Salesforce and MobleCaddy to build, test and deploy custom offline mobile apps

Here we see how you can rapidly build, test and deploy a fully offline, mobile app. Using the Ionic Framework and MobileCaddy gives us a rapid start with full offline capabilities ‘out of the box’.

MobileCaddy is a full lifecycle solution for mission critical mobile apps that extend the platform.

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.

Ionic/Cordova Apps on Linux: Deployment Guide

Walkthrough of how I setup to deploy druid build (an ionic app) on Linux, using coraline ( which should also work with cordova and phonegap applications)

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