Ionic 2 Frontend: Displaying Todos
In Part 1 of this series, we started building an end-to-end Ionic 2 app with a Node.js backend. If you’re just joining us now, you’ll probably want to stop and go back to the first post.
Up to this point, we’ve worked primarily in the server.js file, where we created an Express app and defined the API endpoints for the todos stored in a MongoDB database, provisioned by mLab via Heroku.
In this next post, we’ll write Angular 2 code using TypeScript to create the frame for our Ionic 2 todo app, communicate with our backend, and display the todo that we added to the database.