Ionic 2 Frontend: Adding More Functionality
In the first two parts of this series, we set the stage for an Ionic 2 Todo app that can be hosted on Heroku. We set up the Node.js backend for the app, with an Express server that defined API endpoints for accessing a MongoDB database. We also laid the groundwork for an Ionic 2 app to the point where the Todos in our database were displaying on the screen. If you’re just joining us now, head back over to Part 1 and start there.
In this third and final part of the series, we’ll beef up the functionality in our Ionic 2 app, play with more cool Angular 2 stuff, and finish up with a very simple, yet very functional app you can show off to all your friends.