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Sociogram: A Sample Application demonstrating AngularJS/Ionic and Facebook Integration

About a year ago, I blogged Sociogram, a starter project demonstrating how to integrate with Facebook in your mobile and web applications. A year later, it’s time for a makeover: Here is a brand new version of Sociogram, built with AngularJS, Ionic, and the OpenFB micro-library I shared earlier this week. Sociogram is a sample […]

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Sample Force.com Mobile Application with Ionic and AngularJS

In my previous post, I wrote about Ionic, a new UI framework that’s built on top of AngularJS and that provides mobile-optimized UI components to build high-performance hybrid applications that look and feel native. I also shared an employee directory sample application built with Ionic and AngularJS. In this post, I’ll share the same application […]

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Sample Mobile Application with Ionic and AngularJS

In the ever evolving quest for the best mobile application development stacks, I’ve recently been looking at Ionic. Ionic is a library that provides mobile-optimized UI components to build “native-feeling” hybrid applications. Where does it fit? Ionic fits in the UI layer. But unlike other libraries in that space (Twitter Bootstrap, Foundation, Ratchet, Topcoat and […]

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Sample Mobile Application with AngularJS

In recent months, I have been sharing different versions of the Employee Directory sample application built with different technology stacks, different frameworks, and different back-end (REST services) implementations. Recent versions include: Employee Directory with Backbone.js, RequireJS, and Twitter Bootstrap Employee Directory with Backbone.js, RequireJS, Topcoat and PhoneGap A number of you have asked for a […]

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