Today, we are going to discovering macOS to set up and use PlistWatch. We will also discover how it works. Let’s get started!
In this article, we are going to demonstrate how a successfully executed XSS attack in a Capacitor application could allow the attacker to track the users location using the native Geolocation API. Although we will demonstrate this vulnerability with the Geolocation API, the same attack could be used to access any Native API that the application has access to.
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There are several cross-platform frameworks available to tackle the challenges associated with cross-platform mobile app development. These frameworks eliminate the need for separate coding for each platform and ensure efficient functioning on all platforms.
In this tutorial, we are first going to highlight how relying on a third-party for native functionality can cause issues and roadblocks. We will then walk through how we can, reasonably simply, write and run our own Native iOS code from an Ionic application using Capacitor.
So, we will see how to Creating a Local Capacitor Plugin to Access Native Functionality (iOS/Swift)
In this tutorial, we will be walking through exactly how to using the Camera API in a PWA with Capacitor. We will be using an Ionic/StencilJS application as an example, but the same general concept will apply no matter what kind of framework/application you have Capacitor set up in.
The introduction of Ionic 5 aims at the development of high-performance consumer apps and interactive user-centric mobile apps on iOS and Android platforms. The Ionic 5 framework has several new features and updates, mostly involving some major improvements in the UI design elements and the UX standards.
So, let’s run through these key updates launched in the Ionic 5 mobile app development version.
Today I'd like to show you how to develop a mobile application with Ionic, add OIDC authentication, retrieve the user's information, and add social login (aka federated identity) with Apple and Google. I'll even show you how to test it in a phone simulator, as well as on your device.
Ionic is a free and open-source framework for building high-quality, cross-platform native and web apps. It comes with a powerful command-line interface that helps you to create a project from a simple command. Ionic supports Android, IOS, and the Universal Windows Platform for developing apps. Ionic uses Cardova plugins to access Camera, GPS and Flashlight.
In this post, we will show you how to install Ionic Mobile App Framework on Debian 10 server.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to building a Notepad Application from Scratch with Ionic (StencilJS).
Let's quickly recap how to go about getting Ionic running inside of a native application by just building a standard native application.
Since the Ioniconf 2020, Cypress caught my attention as a better E2E testing framework instead of Protractor for our Angular Ionic apps, and we’ll see why in this tutorial.
We will integrate Cypress into an existing Ionic Angular project and step through different cases to understand the basics of Cypress.
Take a look at the month view of a calendar and you will see several rows of numbers. The numbers themselves, increasing in value one after the other, are arranged in columns. HTML and CSS provide us with a number of tools to display content in rows and columns.
So, learn how to build a calendar component with Stencil.
In this walkthrough, we will build a clock component using Stencil. We will use scalable vector graphics (SVG) to build the clock, play with the placement of the clock hands, and review different ways to animate those hands.
In this tutorial, we will learn the Full-stack NLP with React: Ionic vs Cordova vs React Native.