Learn How to Build Apps Fast with Ionic, Angular and Appery.io in Atlanta

I will be in Atlanta on September 15th showing how to rapidly build enterprise mobile apps with Ionic, Angular and Appery.io at the joint Atlanta Atlanta Mobile Developers Group and Atlanta HTML5 User Group meetup. Hope to see you there.

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Appery.io App Builder for Ionic

What

Gone are the days where you can afford to take months to build an enterprise mobile app. In today’s fast market, you need to be able to prototype the app in a few days, release the first version in a few weeks, get feedback, fix bugs, release the second version. Repeat.

In this session you will learn how to rapidly build a mobile app with AngularJS and Ionic connected to cloud APIs using Appery.io cloud platform.

When

Wednesday, September 15, 2015, 6:30 PM

Where

EHire
3500 Lenox Rd NE # 630, Atlanta, GA (map)

Attend

Yes, I want to learn how to build apps with Ionic and Angular. Register here or here.

How to Build a Mobile App With Offline Support Using Ionic, Angular and MongoDB

Learn how to build a ToDo mobile app with offline support using Ionic, Angular and MongoDB. This video tutorial covers:

  • Designing app UI with Ionic
  • Setting up cloud database with MongoDB
  • Generating APIs to access the database
  • Generating client services with offline support to connect to the database
  • Mapping and binding UI to Angular scope
  • Testing the live app on a device

Using Ionic/AngularJS for Rapid Mobile App Development in the Cloud

I will be in Seattle on September 2nd showing how to rapidly build enterprise mobile apps with Ionic, Angular and Appery.io at the Seattle Mobile Web Apps meetup. Hope to see you there.

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Appery.io App Builder for Ionic

What

Gone are the days where you can afford to take months to build an enterprise mobile app. In today’s fast market, you need to be able to prototype the app in a few days, release the first version in a few weeks, get feedback, fix bugs, release the second version. Repeat.

In this session you will learn how to rapidly build a mobile app with AngularJS and Ionic connected to cloud APIs using Appery.io cloud platform.

When

Wednesday, September 2, 2015, 6:30 PM

Where

4th and Madison Building (4th floor)
925 4th Ave., Seattle, WA (map)

Attend

Yes, I want to attend.

Tutorial: Building a Todo Mobile App with Ionic, Angular, Appery.io Visual App Builder and Database

For years, developers had to make a choice: build a single hybrid app with a so-so user experience, or build a native app for each platform with a great user experience. Developers don’t have to make this choice anymore. By integrating the Ionic SDK into Appery.io, developers can build enterprise HTML5/hybrid apps on a single code base that offer a native experience across all platforms. The Appery.io platform’s visual tooling lowers the skills barrier, empowering a broader base of developers and business analysts to create effective and intuitive mobile applications.

In this tutorial, you will use the Appery.io platform to build a mobile app. The tool set includes:

  • Ionic – native-like UI components
  • AngularJS – UI logic/binding
  • Appery.io App Builder – cloud-based drag and drop designer
  • Appery.io Backend Services – API backend for the app

What are you building?

You are going to build a todo app. The app will have two pages. On the first page, you will be able to see a list of all tasks and also mark a task complete (delete it). On the second page, you will be able to create a new task. You can see how the app looks below. The first page lists all the tasks. You can also mark a task completed (delete it). On the second page you can add a new task.

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Using AngularJS for Rapid Mobile App Development in the Cloud – Washington DC AngularJS Meetup

I will be in Washington DC talking how to build enterprise mobile apps with Angular and Ionic. Hope to see you there.

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Appery.io App Builder for Ionic

What

Gone are the days where you can afford to take months to build an enterprise mobile app. In today’s fast market, you need to be able to prototype the app in a few days, release the first version in a few weeks, get feedback, fix bugs, release the second version. Repeat. In this session you will learn how to rapidly build a mobile app with AngularJS and Ionic connected to cloud APIs using Appery.io cloud platform. This is a live coding session where you will be able to test the app on your device, and we will package the app for iOS/Android.

When

Wednesday, August 19, 2015, 7:00 PM

Where

Difference Engine
1528 Connecticut Ave., Washington, DC (map)

Attend

Yes, I want to attend.

Webinar Recording: Offline, LDAP, New Ionic Components, Angular Scope Editor, Share Your App and More

This is a What’s New in Appery.io webinar and covers:

  • Offline support for Appery.io Database using Ionic app as example
  • LDAP and Appery.io Database support for authentication in API Express
  • New Ionic and Bootstrap UI components
  • Updated Angular scope editor
  • Share your app with anyone via Appery.io Tester App (even without Appery.io account)
  • And more

Appery.io Platform Update: Social Login, LDAP Integration, Offline Support, New Ionic Components, Angular Scope Editor

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The Appery.io team has released a number of awesome platform updates. These updates include:

  • Social login and LDAP sign-on for apps
  • Offline capability in apps using the internal database or an external one
  • New Bootstrap and Ionic components
  • Outline page component view

Keep reading to learn more about what’s new in Appery.io.

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The Hybrid vs. Native Question Answered: Appery.io + Ionic

 

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The debate between developing hybrid vs. native apps has been going on for a long time, and while it’s sure to continue long into the future, the argument for the hybrid model is getting stronger every day.

Making the Switch

Some of the topmost brands have recently ditched native and gone hybrid. With hybrid frameworks like Ionic and Apache Cordova (PhoneGap) becoming more mature, the assumption that a native app performs better is outdated.

In fact, the trend towards HTML5 and hybrid apps is stronger than ever; a recent Gartner report says that 90% of all Enterprise apps will be HTML5 or Hybrid by the end of this year.

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Appery.io to Developers: Happy Xmas, the HTML5 vs. Native War Is Over

Great article by Adrian Bridgwater on Apepry.io adding support for Ionic Framework and low code platforms.

While ‘low code’ platforms are often thought to enjoy a lower level of serious interest from the hardcore developer community (yes, even in the face of a popularised visual based coding practices), Appery.io’s ability to use Apache Cordova and provide access to more native device capabilities is good news, as is the firm’s total combination of software application development tools, backend services (there are plug ins too) and its ability to bring forward template (or you could say ‘predefined’) integration options with other third party services. Did we mention visual data binding too? No – ok, well that’s in there too. The SDK integration here with Ionic may not quite be the one-for-all programming panacea that it is being positioned to be, but Salesforce is a fan and this company is growing in stature. If it can reign in the big claims and keep its code base stable, things could stay interesting.

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Appery.io + Ionic = HTML5 Apps With Native Performance

Ben Kepes talks about Appery.io partnership with Ionic and the goal to build HTML5 app with native performance.

The mobile development world is split into two camps. On the one hand, you have the purists who suggest that only native development can make the best use of platform-specific features. On the other hand are those who suggest that cross-platform HTML5 delivers great functionality with far greater developer efficiency. Appery wants to solve that developer dilemma by delivering the best of both worlds

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