Ionic 3 Push Notifications One Signal

Almost every application you will write will at some point involve push notifications. Luckily for us, push notifications are a breeze to integrate into our Ionic 3 application thanks to OneSignal’s fantastic plugin. In this example, we are going to demonstrate how to setup our Ionic 3 application to receive push notifications. We will start…

Ionic 3 Lock-Screen & Fingerprint Authentication

In this example we are going to implement fingerprint authentication in our Ionic 3 application. Have you ever noticed how all financial apps will make you re-authenticate or at the very least show a splashscreen when you suspend your application? iOS takes a screenshot of the current visible screen every time our app goes to…

Ionic 3 Screen Orientation Example

  Depending on the type of application being written, we may want to force our app to a specific orientation. In other instances, we may want to detect changes to the orientation and perform some action. Ionic Native gives us the ability to do both of these using the screen orientation plugin. We’ll get started…

Ionic 3 Google Maps Clusters

In this example, we are going to show you how to show clusters using Google Maps in our Ionic 3 application. This tutorial is going to expand on the previous Google Maps tutorial. What is a cluster? A cluster is nothing more than a group of markers combined together. Clusters are very useful when writing…

Ionic 3 Google Maps

We are going to show how to implement google maps into our Ionic 3 application. Unlike most other plugins, we are going to need to generate a key from Google in order to use the Google Maps API. The first thing we’ll need to do is head over to the google developer console:¬†https://console.developers.google.com and to…

Ionic 2 Camera Example

In this example we are going to show how to use ionic-native’s Camera plugin to take a picture using the camera. This example assumes that you have an ionic 2 project up and running, although these examples are in typescript, it should not be very difficult to adapt this example to run in plain old…

Ionic Push Notifications with NodeJS/Parse

This example is an extension of the previous post on push notifications. We are going send a push notification through a NodeJS/Parse server by invoking an http request in our ionic app. In order to send a push notification we need to

Ionic Crashlytics Android Integration

In this example we are going to show how to integrate Crashlytics in the android version of our ionic application. This example assumes 1. You are using either WebStorm or Intellij as your IDE (we will use Intellij in this example) 2. You have an ionic project setup. 3. Your ionic project is registered with…

Ionic Push Notifications

There are many platforms that let you use push notifications, PushWoosh works very well as does Parse. Ionic has also entered the market making push notifications a breeze. After setting up push notifications for your respective platform ios or android, we can begin configuring our application to receive push notifications. The first thing we

Ionic Status Bar

Depending on the mobile app you are writing, the default status bar may not suit the needs of your application. If you are developing a game, you may want to hide the status bar completely, whereas if you have an app that uses darker colors, the default black status bar may not be the best…