In my Ionic 3 app I wanted the user to backup a few pages and not go all the way back to the root of the navigation. The solution only seems obvious after a solution was found.
After 2 years of mobile app development in jQuery Mobile I’ve finally taken the plunge and moved to Ionic.
In looking for a solution for an in-app database I stumbled upon Couchbase. Not only have I become a fanboy of this NoSQL database and the json query language N1QL that Couchbase has created, but so has another developer at my work.
Continuing on with my hatred of developing a hybrid app . . . I had tried several login options and was having a difficult time getting any to work. After trying to get stuff to work about 3 different times I found a good tutorial at http://phonegappro.com/tutorials/phonegap-login-system-using-php-mysql/. Walking through the example line by line was still giving me some errors. I figured that $5 was a small price to pay rather than spend hours trying to debug my efforts. I got the code and . . . it didn’t work. But that was because of the configuration of my server. …
I started a new job and one of the first projects I was given was to create a mobile app. I’m pretty good at programming websites and figured it wouldn’t be a big deal. Create a mobile friendly website, give customers the link, and all is good. Nope, didn’t work that way.