We keep going on with the Ionic Vue fever! This time we will see how we can we use Directives in an Ionic Vue application.
Instead of centralizing all the code in a Component, it’s common practice to use Services. Services are Classes that contain domain specific code like Ionic Native Device actions, Ionic Native Storage actions, Ionic routing.
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 […]
We used the Cordova CLI to create an Ionic Vue mobile application in the previous tutorial. This time we will use the Ionic CLI to bootstrap our application.
Ionic 4 is coming this year! It either comes with no changes or big changes. This will depend of you. Ionic won’t depend on Angular anymore. Thanks to Stencil, we will be able to use React, Vue, Ember, whatever we want!
As promised in the previous AI tutorial, we are going to use Synaptic this time. In the previous tutorial, we trained our AI to influence an Ionic application. However, we used the easiest way. Brain.js has many abstractions that help us, we are now going to use Synaptic and go deeper in the AI.
In the previous tutorial, we used Stencil to create a TODO application. The state of the application was built upon a Parent-Children System. A Redux Store can be implemented to make our life easier and that’s our new goal today.