The fifth post about Ionic framework for Pluralsight is actually a condensed (well, if you can call a 10,000+ word article condensed ;)) article of the series so far.
As you may remember, the series wraps everything in a whole where we showed how to create an application starting with an idea, through creating a prototype and implementing the application using Ionic framework to finally publishing it in the stores.… Read the rest
In this post I’ll show you how you too can learn at Pluralsight for free the next six months. As you may know, I already have (and truly recommend) Pluralsight subscription. However, the may not
As you may know, I already have (and truly recommend) Pluralsight subscription.… Read the rest
Ok, true, this “news” is few days old now and I’ve been slow to post about it.
Nevertheless, this is awesome news as I’m really excited about the 2.0 version, which follows closely the Angular 2.0 version. Btw, I wrote a tutorial about how to post data from Ionic 2 app to php server, in case you’re curious you can find it here.… Read the rest
So the other day I got an email from Apple saying that:
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You are no longer a member of the Apple Developer Program and any apps you had on the App Store or Mac App Store are no longer available.
In this post I’ll show you how you can quickly turn any website into an executable with nativefier in a single command.
I just stumbled upon an awesome npm package called nativefier that lets you (as stated by the author):
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to easily create a desktop application for any web site with succinct and minimal configuration.