Make an AngularJS directive to remotely validate an email field in a form. This example can also be applied to remotely validate any field in a form.
I’ve recently been dabbling on Node.js and it’s been a really awesome server platform. So naturally, I've needed to use Express.js for scripting. This also means that I’ve been dealing with parameters and query strings. They’re very important if you’re a server-side developer no matter which scripting language you use. They help accomplish many things like web service API’s. Although these are common and straightforward for server-side development, I’d like to share my understanding of them.
For mobile, Ionic has got you covered with its Ion-List. But currently (
version 1.3.8), a CollectionView in Ionic, that should look and work like iOS' UICollectionView, has not been implemented. But there's a simple workaround. It (mostly) depends on the CSS.
Sync data in iOS using Objective-C, JSON and REST architecture. You will learn the idea of how to send a request to a remote server and get a response from the sever to the app. The examples will be in synchronized transmission rather than asynchronous. But I will discuss asynchronous and the server-side in the end.
This article explains and demonstrates how to use Titanium layouts on Alloy framework, know each of them, and then learn how to use them together.
This tutorial will show how to make a custom toolbar in Titanium that sticks (or stays put) at the bottom. This is a toolbar that you make only once and it would work for both iOS and Android.
What if Ionic's image generator somehow stops working one day and you really need to add app icon and splash image in different sizes for iOS and Android? Here’s one way to add these assets manually. I’ve also included Illustrator files as templates for your convenience. Free downloads.
The iOS simulator and Genymotion are good and all but there are cases where we want to run our apps on real devices. Running on devices definitely gives a different feel. This tutorial will show you how to run your Ionic on real devices via the terminal.
This tutorial will show you how to make an Ionic App on the terminal and run it on a browser, iOS Simulator and Genymotion. I've also noted some errors and problems that I've encountered when I first started making an Ionic project on the terminal just in case you'll encounter them too.