- Installing the development environment on Mac or PC
- Understanding the Ionic templates and CSS components
- Adding IonicIcons to a layout
- Adding tabs, cards, and lists
- Using form elements
- Building a single view app
- Implementing Pull to Refresh
- Creating a multi-tab app
- Styling the applications
- Deploying applications
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Voiceover] Hey there, this is Ray Villalobos, staff author at lynda.com and I want to welcome you to Building a Mobile App with AngularJS and Ionic. In this course, I'm going to show you how to build an app using AngularJS with the Ionic framework. I'll start by showing you how Ionic works and how it uses different frameworks like AngularJS, Cordova and GulpJS to help you build applications quickly. I'll show you how to install the framework and how to setup automation and a web development environment.
We'll take a look at the most important Ionic CSS components that can help you build buttons, lists, tabs and forms. Then, we'll take a look at how Ionic works with AngularJS and start building a single page application. We'll work with Angular models, views and controllers to build an application with features like sliding, pull to refresh and search. Finally, we'll take a look at how to build an app with multiple tabs and pages and customize the look and feel of the application with CSS.
So let's get started building a mobile app with AngularJS and Ionic.
1. Getting Started
2. Using Ionic CSS Components
3. Building a Single-View App
4. Creating a Multi-Tab Application
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