A simple way to avoid horrible image paths (../../../../images/ooh.jpg) and keep a more modular design. Makes use of Webpack and gives a very simple example from Angular, although this will work in any framework. Inspired by my Stack Overflow question about setting an image src to a relative path in Angular.
The Ionic 3 beta with Angular 4 built in is available now! It’s still a work in progress though, lazy loading is broken on Windows and it seems is in flux altogether. This is still an early beta, so it’s not surprising it’s not quite working yet, I’ll continue to update this post as the beta stabilizes over time.
This tutorials really just extends this article on showing and hiding the menu. Here we go one step further and start with a ‘Blank’ layout, adding just two buttons to let the user launch into either a tab or menu layout. A “back to base” button is added to to each child layout for quick navigation back […]
Angular 1 had a concept of http inteceptors for handling things like placing a token on the headers, responding to auth errors and redirecting, responding to all other errors, handling loading spinners, the list goes on. In Angular 2 that is no longer a thing, instead we simply extend the http class.