Developing a Mobile Application UI with Ionic and Angular: How to Build Your First Mobile Application with Common Web Technologies (Mobile App Development … Ionic Framework : Idea to App Store Book 1)
This volume will cover the absolute basics: I will show you how to build a simple Ionic application. I will cover the application structure, explaining how an Ionic application is laid out. Next I will introduce some of Ionic’s more useful UI components and create a basic side-menu for the demo application.
Unlike many books that spend a lot of time on background, this one is designed to be fast paced, with a minimum of fuss and fluff. It is all hands-on.
By the time you complete the series, you should have the confidence you need to create and deploy your own mobile app for iOS or Android.
It will be a fast ride, so hang on.
# Book Contents
•Gentle Introduction to Angular
•Your First Ionic App
•Guided Tour of the Ionic-Angular Code
•Customize the Code
•A10Dance – The Demo App
•Creating the New Project
•Modifying the Home Page
•Custom Students Service
•Adding the Roster Page
•Implementing a Student Roster
•Adding Functionality to the Student Roster
•User Confirmation and Notification
•Basic Navigation Menu
•Where to Go from Here?
•Apply What You Have Learned
•Appendix – Installing the Tools
# Series Road Map
This is the first in what I plan to be a series of books on developing applications with Ionic and Angular.
Book 1: Building a Mobile Application UI
This book is all about building a user interface for a mobile application from scratch. It contains everything you need to go from nothing to a fully functional mobile app UI with Ionic Framework and Angular. Many of Ionic’s basic UI components will be showcased:
Book 2: Dealing with Data
Once the basic user interface is complete, it is time to work with data. How will the application accept, validate, and store user-provided input? This book will answer those questions.
When the application functionality is completed, it still needs to be available to its potential users. The final section of this book will be a discussion around various hosting options. You will deploy the application as a Progressive Web Application, which can then be installed on any modern mobile device.
Book 3: Devices and Deployment
Sometimes, you need true hardware integration and installation. In this book, you will work with Capacitor, Ionic’s solution for interfacing with the mobile hardware.
The book will conclude by explaining and demonstrating how to prepare, build, and deploy the finished application to both the Apple and Google Play Stores.
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