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Sample Ionic 2 Application with a Salesforce Back-End

In my previous post, I shared an Employee Directory application built with Ionic 2. In this post, I share another Ionic 2 sample application: ContactManager is similar to EmployeeDirectory, but instead of using in-memory data, it uses the Salesforce REST APIs to retrieve contacts from Salesforce. Instead of its version 1 custom module infrastructure, Angular […]

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Sample Application with Ionic 2

The first public alpha of Ionic 2 was announced last week at Angular Connect. Check out the announcement blog post. To experiment with Ionic 2 (and Angular 2), I created a new version of the Employee Directory application I wrote when I first explored Ionic almost two years ago. Try It Here Click here to […]

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Belgian Beer Explorer with AngularJS and Ionic

In my previous post, I shared a Belgian Beer Explorer application built with React, Bootstrap, Node.js and Postgres. In this post, I’m sharing the same application built with AngularJS and Ionic. Application Highlights Like the original version, the mobile version lets users search and explore over 1700 Belgian beers by name, style, brewery, alcohol content, […]

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Ionic Tutorial and Sample Application

I had a great time presenting the PhoneGap Day workshops with Michael and Holly last week in San Francisco. In the afternoon, I ran an AngularJS/Ionic workshop based on this tutorial. At the end of the workshop, I showed a more complete version of the application with additional UI polish and better code organization. A […]

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QCon New York Slides: Creating Native-Like Mobile Apps with Cordova, AngularJS and Ionic

I had a great time presenting “Creating Native-Like Mobile Apps with Cordova, AngularJS and Ionic” at QCon New York two weeks ago. Thanks to all who attended my session. The HTML slides are available here. I was running these slides in Cordova, so some interactions (taking a picture of the audience, comparing click vs touch, […]

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