Looking for great Ionic 2 example apps – Ionic 2 Conference Application by Ionic

One of the best ways to learn is from well-done examples. That’s not quite easy, when you’re up to Ionic 2, Angular 2 and TypeScript. These are state-of-the-art technologies, whose final release are imminent within days, but yet to come.

Most of the few apps you’ll find googling for Ionic 2 example either are trivial or they suffer from various defects.

Here is an Ionic 2 example app that immediately shows its mastership, both when sampling its appearance and when inspecting its code. This does not come as a surprise, as its creators are indeed the masters of Ionic themselves. What most impresses me, is that it works out-of-the box as a web site. Little remains to be done to turn it into a true Progressive Web App.

This is not a “real” app. Its contents are fictitious, there is no backend and it’s a work in progress. It just shows how to build a well designed Ionic 2 application.

You’ll find the sources and docs at https://github.com/driftyco/ionic-conference-app. Do poke around this repo to find many other Ionic 2 examples.

Have a sneak peek at what it looks like at https://service.saddey.net/ionic-conference-app/index.html (master branch as of 20-aug-16).

About Reiner

Born 1954 in Ratisbon (Bavaria, Germany), in 1976 punched cards at Berlin Technical University, caught hacking one of its mainframes by Horst Zuse (son of Konrad Zuse), started studying computer science and soon was offered a job whithin their computer department doing systems programming for IBM VM/370. While studying, jobbed around Germany at various places doing all sorts of things, then returned to Berlin to work at SRZ (computer aided typesetting). Never finished my master degree, but chose to take up self-employed work (which didn't turn me rich nor famous). Now working for a mid-sized software company within a very promising department as head of server software development.
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