Raymond Camden is a Developer Advocate at IBM and frequently writes about Ionic on his blog, where this post originally appeared.
A little over a year ago, I wrote a post (“Ionic Example: ion-slide-box”) that demonstrated how to use the ion-slide-box component with Ionic 1. A few days ago, a reader asked if I could update that post to work with Ionic 2. I’ve done that and am now going to share some of the code from the updated version.
In case you don’t feel like reading the previous entry, the demo was rather simple. It made use of the Bing Image Search API to fetch pictures based on your input. For context, here’s an example of how it looked for Ionic 1 and iOS: