Photostream App – Part 3

In the final part, we will create a simple hybrid mobile application that will snap a photo and upload it to the file upload service.

I’m using the following framework and tools

  1. Ionic – this is the responsive web/mobile framework based on AngularJS
  2. Cordova camera plugin – https://github.com/apache/cordova-plugin-camera
  3. Cordova file transfer plugin – https://github.com/apache/cordova-plugin-file-transfer

 

The Ionic source is available here.

Till next time.

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Screencast: Creating a Hybrid Mobile Application with Ionic and Cordova

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I’ve just published a new screencast on how to create hybrid mobile application using the Ionic framework. This screencast is a remake of an older version.

This remakes includes infinite scrolling, integration with 2 Cordova plugins as well as customizing the generated Android ‘shell’.

The source code and the APK is available here.

Till next time.

Screencast: Creating a Hybrid Mobile Application

Instead of writing a blog for this month, I’ve done a short (30 mins) screencast on how to use Ionic, Angular and Cordova to create a hybrid mobile app.

 

The source (just the www directory and the APK) can be found here.

The app is incomplete; one of the things that you’ll notice is that that when you try to follow a link, the app will open that in a browser. But when you click on the back button, it does not go back to the app. You need to handle the link and display that in the inappbrowser plugin. I’ll leave that as an exercise for the reader.

I initially wanted to display the blogs using drawer navigation; this would make the video longer that I intended. So if your’re curious have a look at Ionic’s side menus.

Till next time.

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