A feedback app in minutes with Ionic and Cloudant

A feedback app in minutes with Ionic and Cloudant

An Ionic feedback app using Cloudant NoSQL service on IBM Bluemix. An easy to configure mobile app for receiving feedback at Meetups, Events etc., Ionic is a complete open-source SDK for hybrid mobile app development. Built on top of AngularJS and Apache Cordova, Ionic provides tools and services for developing hybrid mobile apps using Web … Continue reading “A feedback app in minutes with Ionic and Cloudant”

Ionic Hybrid Mobile app using MobileFirst Platform 7.1 CLI

Ionic Hybrid Mobile app using MobileFirst Platform 7.1 CLI

Mobile apps are everywhere and on everyone’s learning list. As a web developer, You can leverage your HTML5, Javascript, CSS and other web development technologies like AngularJS to develop mobile apps through Apache Cordova. The Ionic framework makes your hybrid mobile app front-end development easy with its open source SDK. In a simple language,  Ionic … Continue reading “Ionic Hybrid Mobile app using MobileFirst Platform 7.1 CLI”

Importing Visual studio Cordova project with Ionic and AngularJS into IBM MobileFirst

Importing Visual studio Cordova project with Ionic and AngularJS into IBM MobileFirst

Let me start this post with a disclaimer that “Don’t panic by reading the post title”. It might look bit lengthy, but still summarises what we are trying to achieve here. Let me explain you in four steps, Creating a Cordova project with ionic and Angularjs in Visual Studio 2015. Creating a new MobileFirst Hybrid … Continue reading “Importing Visual studio Cordova project with Ionic and AngularJS into IBM MobileFirst”

BDotNet: Valentine with AngularJS

On Feb 14th,I had an opportunity to speak about AngularJS – the most happening MVW/MV* javascript framework by Google at Microsoft. I started by introducing what AngularJS is,how tough/easy to learn if you are from an OOPs background.Also,about SPA – Single Page application. Ironically,the meet was named as “Valentine with AngularJS”,which i carried in my … Continue reading “BDotNet: Valentine with AngularJS”