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Migrate from Ionic Cloud

Below you’ll find guides and resources to help you get your app moved over from the Ionic Cloud dashboard to the new Ionic Pro service

Legacy Paid Plans

If you were paying for Ionic Cloud, then your login has been migrated over to the new Ionic Pro dashboard! Send an email to [email protected] to migrate your paid plan to the new Pro service.

To start using your new account, just head over to dashboard.ionicjs.com and log in with your existing Cloud credentials.

Moving Apps to the new service

Migrating apps over to the new Ionic Pro service is a manual process and your existing channel/deploy/view data will not transfer over to the new system. Essentially you’re creating a new app on the Pro dashboard and linking together the new products and services.

First, be sure to log in using your existing credentials in the Ionic Pro Dashboard. This will ensure your account is ready to go.

To begin the linking process, run the following commands in your project directory:

ionic config set -g backend pro
ionic link --create

ionic link will walk you through creating a new app in the Pro dashboard as well as link you to your new git remote. ionic upload will no longer function, instead, you use the new git workflow to push code up to us. Here’s an example:

git add -p
git commit -m 'My awesome commit'
git push ionic master

Even though you may have followed along with the directions above, we recommend giving the getting started tutorial a watch just to see how everything works.

After you have linked your app, follow the guides below to migrate each individual service. The only service that requires actual migration is Deploy, for Package & Ionic View you’ll begin using the new system isntead. If you are using Push or Auth, you’ll also have to migrate those to a different service.

Services to Migrate

Many of the features of Ionic Cloud (along with a whole host of new ones) are integrated into the Pro experience. Check out these guides to see how they may have changed, and what needs to be done to get set up.

API

Native

General