Free workshop on Ionic IOS, Web, Android App Development using Ionic Conducted By Cedar InfoTech


Workshop on iOS App Development | Web App Development | Andriod App Development
Daily from 24th Sept 2017 to 4th Oct 2017

What is Ionic, and where does it fit?

Ionic is an HTML5 mobile app development framework targeted at building hybrid mobile apps. Hybrid apps are essentially small websites running in a browser shell in an app that has access to the native platform layer. Hybrid apps have many benefits over pure native apps, specifically in terms of platform support, the speed of development, and access to 3rd party code.

Think of Ionic as the front-end UI framework that handles all of the looks and feels and UI interactions your app needs in order to be compelling. Kind of like “Bootstrap for Native,” but with support for a broad range of common native mobile components, slick animations, and beautiful design.

Unlike a responsive framework, comes with very native-styled mobile UI elements and layouts that you’d get with a native SDK on iOS or Android but didn’t really exist before on the web. Ionic also gives you some opinionated but powerful ways to build mobile applications.

Building Hybrid Apps

Those familiar with web development will find the structure of an Ionic app straightforward. At its core, it’s just a web page running in a native app shell! That means we can use any kind of HTML, CSS, and Javascript we want. The only difference is, instead of creating a website that others will link to, we are building a self-contained application experience.

The bulk of an Ionic app will be written in HTML, Javascript, and CSS. Eager developers might also dig down into the native layer with custom Cordova plugins or native code, but it’s not necessary to get a great app.

Ionic also uses AngularJS for a lot of the core functionality of the framework. While you can still use Ionic with just the CSS portion, we recommend investing in Angular as it’s one of the best ways to build browser-based applications today.


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