Now it's time to put the polish on your application. In this video, learn how to add finishing touches to your application for a professional appearance.
we've made a lot of great progress. … We created our service called activity service. … We even went as far as creating our TypeScript data models … with TypeScript interfaces. … our API and have that data show up as parts of our design. … Specifically you want to go to the tab1.page.ts file. … This file represents the TypeScript class … associated with the HTML of our tab1 page. … The first thing we're going to go and do … is create a constructor. … The next thing we will also do is we need to create … a property that will hold all of the data … that we intend to consume with our service. … a type called Observable Activity. … I need to put an array 'cause I'm expecting … an array of activities. … Remember, I'm using Visual Studio Code … you will need to manually import on line three … as I have on my screen. … We need to put activity instead to a-tivity. … is to inject our service inside of this constructor. … and then we need to give it a type, ActivityService. … I'm going to hit Enter. …
- Ionic 4.0 features
- Testing with Ionic Lab
- Designing a home page
- Generating services
- Consuming REST APIs
- Creating a data model
- Using Ionic DevApp
- Using Ionic Native
- Designing the profile page
- Sharing to social media
- Setting up Firebase
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Setting Up the Environment
2. Working with a Tab-Based Template
3. Preview App on Device with Ionic DevApp
Introduction to Ionic DevApp3m 57s
4. Working with UI Components
5. Working with Ionic Native
6. Connecting an App to Firebase Backend
7. Working with Complex Lists
Next steps2m 24s
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