Building Mobile Apps with Ionic 2, Angular 2, and TypeScript

This code-focused course explores the exciting new Ionic 2 framework and shows how to build mobile apps using Angular 2 and TypeScript.
Course info
Rating
(142)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
October 14, 2016
Duration
4h 18m
Table of contents
Introduction
12m 12s
Navigation
43m 46s
Ionic Native
31m 56s
Description
Course info
Rating
(142)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
October 14, 2016
Duration
4h 18m
Description

Ionic has established itself as one of the most popular open source frameworks for building cross-platform mobile apps. In this course, Building Mobile Apps with Ionic 2, Angular 2, and TypeScript, you'll see how to quickly get up and running with Ionic 2, and you will build a complete app from scratch over the duration of the course. The course will cover screen navigation, working with HTTP, and numerous Ionic 2 components including advanced scenarios. Finally, you'll learn about using native device features such as geolocation, the device camera, barcode scanner, accelerometer, and more. By the end of this course, you'll be well prepared to start developing your own apps using the Ionic 2 framework.

About the author
About the author

Steve Michelotti is a Microsoft ASP.NET MVP and an Architect/Developer for Applied Information Sciences (AIS). He has consulted at Advertising.com/AOL where he was the Tech Lead for one of the highest volume .NET applications in the world.

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Transcript
Transcript

Hi, this is Steve Michelotti. Welcome to "Building Mobile apps with Ionic 2, Angular 2, and TypeScript."" Ionic 2 is an exciting new sequel to the Ionic framework, which has taken the mobile development community by storm over the last couple of years. Ionic enables developers to build cross-platform mobile apps, which can be natively installed from an app store, using web development technologies like Angular, JavaScript or TypeScript, HTML, and CSS.

In this course, we’re going to cover numerous aspects of the Ionic 2 framework, and we’re going to do this by building a complete application from scratch. You’ll see how to effectively use Ionic 2 navigation, including some advanced scenarios. We’ll work with data over HTTP and see how to hook it into Ionic lifecycle events. We’ll explore all kinds of Ionic Components – from basic components like Buttons and Lists – to more advanced features like virtual scrolling, pull-to-refresh, and mapping with driving directions. I’ll also show how you can use Ionic to access native features of the mobile device including geolocation, the camera, barcode scanner, accelerometer, and more.

By the end of this course, you’ll be well prepared to start developing your own apps using the Ionic 2framework. I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn the Ionic 2 Framework with the Pluralsight course: Building Mobile apps with Ionic 2, Angular 2, and TypeScript.