Ionic 2.0.0-rc.0 (CLI v2.1.0 Beta.3)


#1

I just update Ionic to release 2.1.0-beta.3.
Whould someone declare the new structure, specially app folder which includes app.component.ts, app.module.ts,main.dev.ts ‌ and ‌ main.prod.ts.
and what should I use instead of app.core.scss that was in the theme folder in previous release.

I would appreciate any comments.


#2

I’ve been trying to fix this for almost 5 hours. There is much more than just new structure. I wonder if it is possible to smoothly change from beta-11 to rc-0


#3

Yea there isn’t really much documentation for this at the moment. I’m sure ionic will improve the changelog, perhaps make a blog post and update the component docs to rc0. I’m going to wait until there are better docs before I bother trying to upgrade my large app to rc-0. At the moment I have just looked around the starter projects to get the gist of it, but i still have a lot of questions.


#4

The changelog has been updated with a lot more important information:


#5

Thanks for this great! :blush:


#6

Just want to chime in here…

Ionic 2.1.0-beta.3 is the CLI, not the framework.

As we’ve stated in our docs many times, ionic -v will check your CLI installation, not the framework version used by your app.


#7

Oops! :expressionless:
What’s the command to check the framework version?


#8

One way would be:

$ npm ls ionic-angular

#9

that’s not worked for me!
I faced with this,

`-- (empty)
npm ERR! code 1


#10

Have you tried the ionic info command ?

It should show you your Framework version, Cli version …


#11

Is ionic RC mature enough to do an upgrade from ionic 2 ?