This is a small todo app to demonstrate how to separate application logic and business rules from Ionic 2 as a framework. Almost all the logic is in a directory called
core with no outside dependencies.
See Ionic 2 Todo app on GitHub.
Ionic 2 interacts with the
core app through a single point of entry, the
For a todo app, this example might be a bit over-engineered, but it serves as a starting point for a more complex app I’m developing.
Please read my other post Towards A Clean Architecture for Ionic 2 Apps to understand what I’m trying to achieve.
The app is extremely light on UI stuff. There’s basically a Timer that triggers a dummy interaction after 3 and 5 seconds. But that’s not the point of the project.
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The other day I read on Hacker News something like:
I wanted to get into Web Development. Is it really that ugly, hard, and annoying?
I thought: What’s the problem? It ain’t that bad, but to be honest, it really is quite difficult.
Since I decided to make the new version of my app entirely hybrid, I’m intrigued by Ionic 2, Angular 2 and TypeScript.
Sure, you can punch out a stupid small app in no time with Ionic 2, but something with a bit more complexity requires a few more brain cycles. Obviously, my new app has to be maintainable, needs sync across devices, I want a web UI in addition to the mobile apps and all of a sudden, I find myself in the same mess as the guy who asked on Hacker News.
Doing a hybrid mobile app in 2016 means to learn:
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