Has anyone been able to successfully import and use the npm package ‘ionic-angular’ in a Meteor 1.3+ app? I’m seeking help in getting the Ionic 2 framework (Angular 2) working in a meteor 1.3 app.
I’m aware that angular 2 and ionic 2 are still beta, but I’m not trying to build something for production.
I’m not an expert in meteor, but what are you trying to do?
Could you share some more information?
Thank you for replying.
I’m trying to build a hybrid app which involves users who can create and edit lists together in real time.
Using meteor will significantly aid in the real time part of the application, whereas I wanted to use the ionic 2 UI framework on the client side.
I was wondering whether there is a way to wire ionic 2 and meteor together, so that I can use angular 2 not just for the front-end (ionic 2 and meteor), but also make it talk with the back end (meteor).
I hope this helps. Thanks.
Here is some info on how to wire them together.
Though it still doesn’t work for me 100% ((
Here are two useful links:
WRAPPED AS A SINGLE METEOR APP
I can confirm that this one is working:
although the build system seems a little sluggish.
IONIC 2 CLIENT SEPARATE FROM THE METEOR SERVER
Haven’t tried out this one yet as I’m not on my personal laptop right now. But seems promising.
DAB0mB seems to be working on an ionic 2 meteor project!
I’m excited to see a README for the project soon, hopefully.
You can clone the repo, and perform an
npm install in the root directory. The root directory contains the ionic 2 project files whereas the
/api/ directory is the root for the Meteor project. node_modules of the Meteor project are symlinked to the Ionic 2’s project, so you don’t have to execute
npm install in that directory.
Since the Ionic 2 client is separated from the Meteor backend, you will have to fire up the ionic server and meteor server separately from their respective root folders.
I was wondering if there was a way to build with Ionic2 CLI so that both the Ionic and /api/ meteor build ran together on the app.