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Special thanks to Ionic’s Justin Willis for updating this repo and post on November 4, 2016. In the previous post, we added basic offline support to a weather app by storing data locally with the Ionic Native SQLite plugin. However, even this can fail. There are times where we may not be able to retrieve […]

Raymond Camden is a Developer Advocate at IBM and frequently writes about Ionic on his blog, where this post originally appeared. Ionic Native is the spiritual successor to the older ngCordova project. Basically, it provides an Ionic/Angular friendly interface to many common Apache Cordova plugins. To be clear, this isn’t something you have to use […]

The very best mobile apps take full advantage of the amazing features available to them natively on iOS and Android devices. Whether that’s taking pictures, connecting to devices through bluetooth, using the accelerometer, or authenticating with finger scanning, apps need to do it all. One of the biggest myths about Cordova/PhoneGap is that it can’t […]

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