What I’ve Been Working On (Ionic and Angular Resources)

As you can see by my stale timeline, I haven’t updated this blog in awhile. I’ve been busy building the HomDNA app for iOS and Android using Cordova, Ionic, and Angular. Here’s what I’ve learned (more detailed posts to come):

AngularJS Architecture

AngularJS Plugins

AngularJS Optimizations

AngularJS Unit Testing

Cordova Plugins

Build Process with Gulp

Choosing a JavaScript Framework

I’ve been trying to convert IPOFest (a pet project started by Kyle and I) from all PHP to JavaScript that interfaces with a PHP API. At work we use Backbone.js and since I had never used it before, I practiced on IPOFest. First I started with Backbone and Knockout.js, with Knockback.js as a bridge. I didn’t go too far down that path, but it did feel a bit awkward and the Knockback documentation didn’t help very much. At work we use Handlebars for templates, so I started changing over to that. Continue reading