New Book: Mobile App Development with Ionic 2

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Guess what I got my grubby little hands on?

A new book!

Yep, a brand-spanking new book on the latest version of Ionic by Chris Griffith. I had the distinct pleasure of being one of the technical reviewers for this book and I enjoyed it quite a lot. I felt like I "knew" Ionic 2 going in, but obviously didn't know everything, and I definitely discovered some great new tips while editing. I also really like Chris' use of one main sample application throughout the book. The reader really gets a chance to see it grow and expand with new features. Pick it up by clicking the link below (and yep, that's an affiliate link so if you buy, I get a few cents, thanks!)

Mobile App Development with Ionic 2: Cross-Platform Apps with Ionic, Angular, and Cordova

You can read a sample here and I've included the table of contents below:

  • Chapter 1 - Hybrid Mobile Apps
  • Chapter 2 - Setting Up Our Development Environment
  • Chapter 3 - Understanding the Ionic Command-Line Interface
  • Chapter 4 - Just Enough Angular and TypeScript
  • Chapter 5 - Apache Cordova Basics
  • Chapter 6 - Understanding Ionic
  • Chapter 7 - Building Our Ionic2Do App
  • Chapter 8 - Building a Tab-Based App
  • Chapter 9 - Building a Weather Application
  • Chapter 10 - Debugging and Testing Your Ionic Application
  • Chapter 11 - Deploying Your Application
  • Chapter 12 - Exploring the Ionic Cloud
  • Chapter 13 - Progressive Web Apps
  • Chapter 14 - Conclusion
  • Appendix - Migrating Ionic 1 to Ionic 2
  • Appendix - Understanding the Config.xml File
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Archived Comments

Comment 1 by Antonio Gallo posted on 5/4/2017 at 9:44 PM

is ionic2 considered "stable" by someone? O.o

Comment 2 (In reply to #1) by Raymond Camden posted on 5/4/2017 at 9:47 PM

You mean me? Sure. I love it. I even have a course on it coming out from Lynda (well, not "course", it's more a intro to it).

Comment 3 by Gary F posted on 5/5/2017 at 12:18 AM

Ray, could you tell me if the book assume the reader is already familiar with the previous version of Ionic and also Angular? If someone has only known jQuery Mobile + PGB and wants to migrate, is this a suitable book? Thanks.

Comment 4 (In reply to #3) by Raymond Camden posted on 5/5/2017 at 3:37 PM

You do not need to be familiar with either Ionic 1 or Angular 1. I think you should be fine.

Comment 5 (In reply to #4) by Gary F posted on 5/5/2017 at 3:54 PM

Cool, thanks Ray.(Mumbles to self: I wonder why computer books have dull and irrelevant cover artwork? Could have at least use a photo or drawing of a happy person holding a mobile, smiling at how wonderful their new app is! Hmm, it's probably cost related reason.)

Comment 6 (In reply to #5) by Raymond Camden posted on 5/5/2017 at 3:56 PM

Actually, *all* ORA books follow a theme of using interesting animals. I like it. :)