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Ionic 4 with Angular 1.6

  • Last week I published an early view of how to use Ionic 4 with Vue.js, today I’ll be showing you how we can do the same thing with Angular 1.6.
  • Next, I’ll be creating three files, one for our module, controller, and factory: – – We can then add this to the body of our root index.html file: – – Notice how I’m using which is available in the latest versions of Google Chrome as we’re not using a build…
  • We can then start backwards at our , creating a simple HTTP service that calls a dummy data REST API: – – I’m using the standard Angular $http service within this factory.
  • Next, inside of our , we can inject our and : – – This all can be brought together within our root , taking advantage of the syntax made available by script module type(s).
  • We now have an Angular 1.6 application that uses Ionic 4 for UI.

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Last week I published an early view of how to use Ionic 4 with Vue.js, today I’ll be showing you how we can do the same thing with Angular 1.6. Please bare in mind that Ionic 4 is in a super early stage of development and things may change as time goes on.

Let’s create a new Angular 1.6 application. I’ll be calling our application module and adding the directive to our tag.

Next, I’ll be creating three files, one for our module, controller, and factory:

We can then add this to the body of our root index.html file:

Notice how I’m using which is available in the latest versions of Google Chrome as we’re not using a build step for this project.

We can then start backwards at our , creating a simple HTTP service that calls a dummy data REST API:

I’m using the standard Angular $http service within this factory. As we’re not using ngInject or any other step, I’m simply adding this to our service with .

Next, inside of our , we can inject our and :

This all can be brought together within our root , taking advantage of the syntax made available by script module type(s).

Finally, with…

Ionic 4 with Angular 1.6

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