Ionic Cookbook -Third Edition

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  • Help readers to jump-start Ionic apps
  • Explore essential features of Ionic with examples
  • Learn how to use native device functionalities
  • Make the best use of the REST API to handle back-end services 
  • Work with Cordova to support native functionalities on both iOS and Android.
  • Master advanced topics in app development such as deep linking and lazy loading

Ionic is the preferred choice for JavaScript developers to develop real-time hybrid applications. This book will get you started with Ionic 3.9 and help you create Angular 5 components that interact with templates.

You will work with Ionic components and find out how to share data efficiently between them. You'll discover how to make the best use of the REST API to handle back-end services and then move on to animating your application to make it look pretty. You then learn to add in a local push notification in order to test the app. Then you'll work with Cordova to support native functionalities on both iOS and Android. From there, you'll get to grips with using the default themes for each platform and customizing your own. We then take you through the advanced Ionic features like lazy loading, deep linking, localizing ionic apps etc. Finally, you'll see how best to deploy your app to different platforms.

This book will solve all your Ionic-related issues through dedicated recipes that will help you get the best out of Ionic.

  • Leverage Ionic 3.9 and its exciting new features to create cutting-edge, real-time apps
  • Work through simple recipes to address your problems directly and solve them effectively
  • Get examples at each step to guide you on your learning curve with Angular
Page Count 390
Course Length 11 hours 42 minutes
ISBN 9781788623230
Date Of Publication 29 Apr 2018


Indermohan Singh

Indermohan Singh is a Mobile App Developer working in Vienna, Austria, originally from Ludhiana, Punjab. For the past 3 years, he has worked on Angular, Ionic, and TypeScript most of the time. He authored Ionic 2 Blueprint for Packt Publishing, and this is his second book on the subject. Before starting the full-time job, he was freelancer with many startups. During his time as a freelancer, he also mentored learners at, where he was mostly teaching JavaScript. He is also hobbyist musician and loves to create Indian Compositions and play them on harmonium.

Hoc Phan

Hoc Phan is a technologist with experience in frontend development, cloud computing, and big data. He started programming at the age of 12. Hoc has worked on many JavaScript projects by learning from various online sources and was one of the first few developers who tested Ionic for its feasibility as a JavaScript replacement of the native language of a device. He authored the Ionic Cookbook.

He frequently speaks at local meetups and cloud computing/big data industry events and conferences. He holds an MBA degree from the University of Washington's Michael G. Foster School of Business.