Migrating to Ionic Pro


#1

Hi all, I have local Ionic project which is currently connected to a Bitbucket git. If I am migrating the same project to Ionic Pro using:
cd myApp
ionic link

Do I need to remove the link to my Bitbucket git before doing so?


#2

No.

Bitbucket is your origin and main repository where you version your files. Ionic Pro adds a second repository called ionic, that only gets pushed to when you want to build or deploy your app.

In general for Ionic Pro:
Ionic Pro is a hosted and closed source service, so there is not much we, the community, can help you with, sorry. Check these:

You can - and should - contact support at http://ionicframework.com/support#support


#3

Hi Jan,

Thanks for the clarification. I will also check out the links provided.
One thing I am not sure if you or anyone else can clarify. In the case when
I am building an Progressive Web App to go onto a web server, is it correct
to say this can be committed directly to the web server as opposed of
getting pushed to Ionic Pro?

Regards,
Karvan


#4

Yes, Ionic Pro is completely optional. For now it doesn’t offer much for PWAs and webapps (except the error monitoring perhaps). You can just ionic build --prod your app and upload the result from www.