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Looking to build cross platform mobile applications? This hands-on guide provides a basic introduction and overview to the Ionic Framework, including some new services on the platform. You’ll learn a balanced approach to the mix of technologies—such as AngularJS, SASS, and Apache Cordova—that the Ionic Framework leverages. Through the course of this book, you’ll be able to complete several production ready applications. It's ideal for beginning, intermediate, and advanced web developers.
Chapter 1Hybrid Mobile Apps
Chapter 2Setting our development environment
Chapter 3Understanding the Ionic Command Line Interface
Chapter 4Just enough Angular and TypeScript
Chapter 5Apache Cordova Basics
Chapter 6Understanding Ionic
Chapter 7Building our Ionic 2 Do App
Chapter 8Building a Weather Application
Mobile App Development with Ionic 2
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April 2017 (est.)
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Chris Griffith is a staff engineer in the User Experience group at Qualcomm and an author for lynda.com. He is also an instructor at the University of California, San Diego Extension, teaching mobile application development, and an Adobe Community Professional. Chris is regularly invited to speak at conferences such as Adobe MAX and HTML5DevConf. He has developed several iPhone and Android applications. In addition, he has served as a technical reviewer for several publications, and written for uxmag.com. He also has created ConfiGAP, a utility for Adobe PhoneGap Build developers and developed several code hinting modules for the Brackets code editor. In his spare time, Chris spends time with his family, sea kayaking, hiking and craft beer. You can follow him on twitter @chrisgriffith or at chrisgriffith.wordpress.com.