Ionic, as we know, changed. Completely. So did Angular. It has been rewritten. From the ground up. It means new old bugs, new old issues, new old struggles. It also means new techniques, new options to rule the world and create a new world order. Without any further ado, l would like to welcome you to the new world of ES6, Typescript, Angular 2 and Ionic 2!
When discussing continuous integration (CI) one might find projects and teams stating they have CI because they employ CI-Tools such as Greenhouse CI, Jenkins or Travis-CI. We believe CI is not something you have but rather something you do. Continue reading →
Ionic and angularjs will receive big updates in the near future, meaning Ionic 2 and angular2 are released. This will be the next big step in mobile app development. We are all really excited about that, but if you are developing professional software for clients as we do, you often cannot switch to frameworks in beta phase.
We’re approaching the end of another year and it’s time to take a look back over the last 12 months. Also, we would say thanks to all our awesome staff, who have contributed to the success of our thinking mobile blog and for sharing their unique knowledge. Here’s some of the blog highlights 2015 to read (or to read again).
Almost a year ago, ditching development of our own mobile framework lead to the genesis of Generator-M – our advanced open-source generator for HTML5 mobile apps. Since then it’s been receiving increasing support from the community and we are enjoying very much to see it grow. Today we’re announcing a new feature-packed version 1.3.0 and a new name for the project: namely Generator-M-Ionic. Find out why we think the new name better reflects the direction our generator is heading into and why it should be your first choice for professional HTML5 mobile app development with Ionic.
Welcome to the third and final part in our short series about Git. While the first part covered the very basics of Git and the second part focused on merging and rebasing this post is going to cover a topic I’ve complete ignored until now: Git conflicts.
We at M-Way Solutions are huge fans of Amazon’s EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) web services. They provide a very fast solution for creating and running servers, may it be for development or even production systems. If you need a new server, just start it with few clicks. As a developer, not having to wait for your admin to create a new server VM will make you very happy. And when you’re done, just terminate it and no more costs will be generated. Now that will make your CEO happy!
Ever tried configuring your development machine for debugging code executing on a remote server? Most likely you know then just how difficult things can get: configuring the IDE, finding out the right remote port, making sure it’s all routed through the firewall, selecting the right protocol, ensuring debugger front and backend software versions are compatible…