Start Developing Hybrid Mobile Apps With Ionic

Do you have web development skills and want to get into mobile app development?

Good news! You can now build hybrid mobile apps, that look and perform just as good as native apps, with the Ionic Framework.

A hybrid mobile app is built with HTML, CSS and JavaScript and is contained in a native wrapper so that it can be installed on a mobile device.

This allows you to build mobile apps without having to learn the native programming languages (e.g., Objective-C, Swift, Java). It also means that you can have one codebase for all the different platforms.

Ready to get started? Check out the resources below!

Ionic 2 Starter Tutorial

Ionic 2 is currently in beta, but you can start learning with my multi-part tutorial.

Part 1 - Introduction to Hybrid Mobile Apps
Part 2 - Set Up your Development Environment
Part 3 - Introduction to TypeScript & ES6
Part 4 - Introduction to Angular 2
Part 5 - Build an Ionic 2 App
Part 6 - Navigating between Pages
Part 7 - Test on Emulators and Mobile Devices

Ionic 1.x Starter Tutorial

Get started with my 6-part tutorial on how to build mobile apps with Ionic 1.

Part 1 - Introduction to Hybrid Mobile Apps
Part 2 - Set Up your Development Environment
Part 3 - Mockup with Ionic Creator
Part 4 - Test on Browsers, Emulators and Mobile Devices
Part 5 - Build out the App
Part 6 - Deploy to Testers with Ionic View

Ionic Themes

Once you have finished the introduction to Ionic, you can build an app and have it ready to publish in a matter of weeks with ready-made Ionic Themes & Templates.


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