Ionic in 20 Seconds
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Want to win some exclusive swag? We have a laser-engraved, vacuum-insulated hot/cold beverage bottle and an embroidered Columbia laptop backpack to give away via raffle!
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Right now, I am learning about cloud technologies.
Yes, I am a web developer. I have developed many websites but haven't developed a mobile app. I am interested in building mobile apps and now I definitely want to try it using ionic.
It would be great if i build a app that work across all the frameworks. Looking forward to learn that with ionic.
My dream mobile app would be the app that could set my timetable and reminds me of every important meeting and dates with a simpler UI.
Hi, I'm a high school chemistry teacher transitioning to full stack web developer. I complete my bootcamp in just two weeks! My biggest dream is to create all apps for chemistry students that I wished I had available as a teacher and the first one I have planned is about atoms and ions. Was super excited to see your name, Ionic! Seems like serendipity 😍
The Miyazaki keyboard and dioramas are just 😍
Thank you so much for your kind words!!
Seriously! Such a dope keyboard.
Thank you! I really appreciate it!
Ionic is literally Iconic.
One of the next steps for our Angular app is a better mobile experience. Ionic seemed like the obvious choice, so it's interesting for me to come across this now.. Are there any guides coming from an existing project?
Since Ionic has angular bindings, the quickest way would be to just
ng add @ionic/angularor npm install it. Before diving into the whole ecosystem, just adding the components can get you there pretty quickly.
Hello Ionic :)
I need that @ionic laptop bag!
Have been using ionic for the last 1 year to build my apps and I think I will always stick to ionic for mobile app development