Integrating an Ionic Application with a NodeJS Backend

By Josh Morony

Developing on the client side with Ionic is a pleasure. It’s based on the web tech we know and love, and it runs straight in the browser so we can dive straight into the development in minutes. You can only get so far developing purely on the front-end/client-side, though.

If your application needs to provide authentication, pull in data from an external source, store data externally, share data with other users – generally anything that requires that the application break out of the little sandbox it lives in and communicate with the outside world – then you will need to use some kind of backend/server-side code. When you integrate a backend, your application will be communicating with some server on the Internet that will act as the go-between for your application and any external services it needs to interact with (like a remote database).

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