Building Native-Like Hybrid Apps with AngularJS and Ionic

Christophe Coenraets (Salesforce.com)
1:30pm–2:00pm Tuesday, 04/21/2015
Frameworks
Location: Salon 8
Average rating: ****.
(4.33, 9 ratings)

THIS SESSION HAS REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS LISTED BELOW

AngularJS and Ionic have emerged as the go-to stack for building hybrid applications that behave like native applications on the different mobile platforms. In this session, you will learn what set AngularJS and Ionic apart, how to build an Ionic application from scratch using the Ionic CLI, and how to architect the key components of an Ionic app with Services, Controllers, and Views.

Agenda:
- State of Hybrid Apps
- What’s missing? A “Native SDK”-like stack for building hybrid apps
- AngularJS in a Nutshell: Services, Controllers, Views, Routing
- Ionic in a Nutshell: Directives, UI components
- Build an app from scratch using the Ionic CLI and a starter template
- Modify the app: create a service, a controller and a view
- Run and debug the app on device

SESSION REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTENDEES

HTML and JavaScript

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Christophe Coenraets

Salesforce.com

Christophe Coenraets is a Developer Advocate for Salesforce.com where he focuses on mobile application development. Prior to joining Salesforce.com, Christophe was a Developer Advocate for Adobe where he worked with the PhoneGap and Cordova team to help Enterprise customers design, architect and implement their strategic mobile applications. Prior to Adobe and Macromedia, Christophe managed Java and J2EE Evangelism at Sybase and Powersoft, and held different software development and architecture positions.

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Piero Cena
04/26/2015 5:38pm PDT

Hi Christophe!
Please, could you share your slides here? Thanks in advance

Krishna Santhanam
04/22/2015 6:29am PDT

Hi Christophe:

Could you upload your slides for this presentation? Thanks!

Christophe Coenraets
04/21/2015 3:05am PDT

@Matthew. Yes.

Matthew Payne
04/20/2015 8:09am PDT

Will you cover whats the fastest recommended recipe for debug/live reloading and getting the change to the device?