Creating a Facebook Style Reaction Button in Ionic

By Josh Morony

Near the start of 2016, Facebook released “Reactions” which gave users a way to express themselves more deeply than just with a single “Like”. Rather than adding it a bunch of new buttons for the reactions, Facebook stayed with a single “Like” button that would then display more options when the button was held down:If the user just taps the “Like” button it will trigger a like, but if the user holds down the “Like” button it will launch the reactions pop up. This keeps the interface simple, but still provides easy access to the new reactions. It is an interesting design, and it is actually quite easy to implement in Ionic as well.

In this tutorial, we are going to create a simplified version of the reactions button that looks like this:

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