Join Sani Yusuf for an in-depth discussion in this video Configuring an Ionic app, part of Ionic 3.0 for Mobile App Developers.
- [Instructor] As you develop applications with Ionic…you're very likely to be using…a lot of different components.…Now these components have different behaviors…across each platform that is supported by Ionic.…For example, if you actually have a look…at the tabs here on the Android,…you can see that the tabs are aligned to the bottom.…Now this is the same code running,…but you can see that automatically…it allows the tabs to be very similar…with the behavior that you would expect…from a native Android application.…In the middle here we have the Windows platform…and you can see the tabs align to the top by default.…
This is also the expected behavior…of any Windows application out there.…Over here, on the right hand side,…you can see the iOS,…the tabs are actually aligned to the bottom.…Another thing you can actually see…is that the icons are slightly different.…Different components have a lot of these…very specific behaviors across platforms.…Ionic allows you with a very mature way…to actually control and configure this…
- Setting up the Ionic CLI
- Understanding the Ionic CLI
- Testing with the Ionic View app
- Working with the Ionic tab template
- Theming and configuring an Ionic app
- Working with the Ionic side menu template
- Working with Ionic Native
Skill Level Advanced
Angular 2 Essential Trainingwith Justin Schwartzenberger2h 45m Intermediate
1. Overview and Setting Up Ionic
2. Working with the Ionic Blank Template
3. Testing with the Ionic View App
4. Working with the Ionic Tab Template
5. Theming and Configuring an Ionic App
6. Working with the Ionic Side Menu Template
7. Introduction to Ionic Native
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