Since Ionic Framework is on, i was fascinated by the web technologies they use that helps build Android, iOS as well as Web apps from a single source code base. So i started exploring Angular and Ionic to develop interactive hybrid apps.
This is a video explanation of Ionic 4 Angular Project File and Folder Structure. Please see the full video to understand the files and folder structures as well as a general overview about purposes of different files
You must have heard that Ionic framework has released Ionic 5 which has many new features and performance upgrades. According to Ionic Framework officials, Ionic 5 is 2X faster than Ionic 4, it has lots of design related improvements specially for latest version of iOS
According to Ionic Framework officials, Ionic 5 is 2X faster than Ionic 4, it has lots of design related improvements specially for latest version of iOS like Dark Mode, Segment, Header, Large Title, Small Title, Swipe to Close Modal, brand new Icons and animations. But the question is, should I migrate from Ionic 4 to Ionic 5?
Ionic apps are created and developed primarily through the Ionic command line utility (the “CLI”), and use Cordova to build/deploy as a native app. This means we need to install a few utilities to get developing. With Node and NPM setup, you can install the Cordova CLI like this