Developers generally come to Vue because they want something like AngularJS, but not Angular. Filters are part of this package: they are simple and powerful.
In the previous tutorial, we talked about Vertical Communication in an Ionic Vue application. Today, we will adopt the Horizontal Perspective by using a State Management Pattern. This pattern consists in centralizing a State object in a Store, then sharing this Store to the Ionic Vue Components. We will use the Vuex library to achieve one simple goal: creating a […]
In this tutorial, we will focus on Vue Components in an Ionic 4 application. We will first configure the Ionic Team’s Stack from the previous Ionic Vue tutorial to handle the .vue extension, then we will see how a simple TypeScript Component looks like, how Vue Single File Components (SFCs) work and some information on Vue methods. The Ionic Stack […]
When we start using Ionic, it’s all magic, we type three commands and the application is running on our mobile device. From there it all depends of what type of person you are. Either you don’t care how things work and enjoy the dirty high of quickly creating cool hybrid applications or you want to understand what’s going behind the […]