via How To Easily Use The Twitter REST Api With AngularJSDevdactic.
The Twitter REST Api is quite well documented, still there are many problems how to to call the routes, how to authenticate and in general how to use it. I wanted to simplify the Twitter integration, so I created a AngularJS library acting as a wrapper: ngTwitter.
Some time ago I had a post on the official Ionic blog on Displaying the Twitter Feed within Your Ionic App where everything had to be done by yourself. Now with ngTwitter you only need to call it once with your Consumer Key, your Consumer Secret and a valid OAuth token.
If ngTwitter is configured, you can use the wrapper methods to get the Twitter REST response and don’t have to worry about any more authentication or request signing!
In this tutorial I will show you how to use ngTwitter to access the Twitter REST Api, especially we will grab the home timeline and make a post.
As I am a big Ionic fan, I will use a simple Ionic Framework project as base for this tutorial. To grab the OAuth token I will use ngCordova which is a wrapper for cordova plugins. You can use ngTwitter in any AngularJS app, just maker sure you configure it with the keys and token and everything should work!
via Add Touch ID Authentication To Your Ionic Framework App.
I recently picked up an iPad Air 2 to replace my ancient Android tablet. My first serious iOS device since my iPod Touch. A feature that I’m really growing to love on my iPad Air 2 is the touch id functionality for signing into the device and various applications.
How do we incorporate this touch id functionality into our own iOS applications? More importantly, how do we do this in Ionic Framework? It is not difficult, because we’re lucky to have an Apache Cordova plugin called cordova-plugin-touchid by Lee Crossley that does the work for us.
The tutorial is going to be a little different from my others in a sense that it is only for iOS. If your looking for an Android solution, look elsewhere as you’ll only find iOS here.
Let’s start by creating a new Ionic Framework project from the Terminal or Command Prompt:
via Monitor Device Battery Status Using Ionic Framework.
So you’re making a mobile app using Ionic Framework and you care about the experience your users receive? Maybe you want to control the functionality of certain features based on how much battery the users device has left.
An example of this is, maybe you have your application pulling remote data while the application is open. Maybe you’ve decided that if your users battery is less than 30% you want the user to have to pull-to-refresh in order to preserve battery life.