@Sujan12 It just sits there and loads but I need to try on another network at the end of the day. @max I am on a corporate network but when I first started testing DevApp a few weeks ago I was using my personal network. Today I tested on our guest corporate network which doesn’t usually cause problems, but I think it might be causing problems now.
As for the network I initially tested, it is a college owned network. I’ve never had issues using it with ionic, but could it be causing the issue as well?
Yep, corporate and “shared” networks like campus networks tend to not allow connections between networked machines. You should try on a normal home network - these tend to be more open. Also see if you can check any boxes in your OS network settings for the network you are in, often this can also be configured.
I have the same issue, I am able to open the external link, but i cannot use devApp to see it in both Android and iOS, what else can i try? I followed all the instructions and watched ionic docs videos.
I was getting the same error. On my windows pc I disabled the firewall. After that my app opened successfully. In windows firewall you can allow certain apps, but I have no idea what to allow. Hope it helps you.
I figured out how without disabling the firewall.
Open Windows Defender Firewall
Click on Advanced Settings
Click on Inbound Rules
Really like DevApp and have incorporated it into my workflow once I get to native plugins.
Would really like the ability to debug the apps using IDEs (I use Webstorm).
Just hit a bug and not sure how I’m going to debug it yet as I suspect it’s a memory issue and the DevApp just crashes (auto closes on iOS). I’m trying to figure out how to see memory being consumed as I’m loading a large list and think it might be the issue (but it’s inconsistent and works about 80% of the time).
Its a great tool and saves alot of time, I note it has a lot of plugins. However can I ask for one more to be added the iBeaon plugin as I can’t create an app to talk to beacons without it. If I can’t use IONIC for this app I’ll have to go native ,yuk.