Ionic Image Upload and Management with Node.js – Part 2: Ionic App


This is the second post of our Ionic Image upload series! Last time we were building the Node.js backend and API routes, now it’s time to actually use them from a real Ionic app to upload images, display a list of images and delete single images!

This means we will implement a few views and make HTTP calls to our API, capture images from the camera or library and send those images with the FileTransfer plugin to our backend including an optional description for each image.

If you haven’t followed the first part, I recommend you check it out now as you otherwise don’t have a working backend.

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