Category: Ionic Framework
All posts for the Ionic Framework category, in reverse chronological order.
I'm building a web app using Ionic and needed a Pipe to transform some data for the app. I'm implementing a CSV file import process and I wanted to display each CSV row as a comma separated list after I'd imported all of it into a JSON object. My goal was to display the list for the user to make sure that the CSV Parsing process worked correctly before completing the import.
I'm working on a new app for desktop PCs; since I want to deploy to Windows and macOS, I decided not to go the native route, but instead look for an alternative approach. Since I've done so much Ionic development lately, and the app I want to deploy to desktops already exists in Ionic, I decided to use Ionic, Capacitor and Capacitor-Community Electron for my app.
While testing an Ionic Electron app the other day, I opened a terminal window, navigated to the Ionic project folder, then executed the following command:
I'm working on a simple Ionic app I built as an example to publish publicly; it's a simple weather app that uses the OpenWeather API to display current conditions and forecast. The app runs great in the browser, but when you execute it on an Android Device, when the app connects to the Weather API, it immediately returns the following error:
In a web app I've been working on, when I ran the application on an iOS device or Safari on macOS, A configuration panel built into the application didn't do anything when I tapped on the Gear icon to open it. When I looked at the console, I saw the following error:
Occasionally, when launching an Ionic 4 Capacitor application on an Android device, Android Studio gives me the following error:
I was testing an Ionic application in Xcode yesterday when I received the following error message during the Build process: