Hi there! I am a very beginner web developer - more of a UI designer - who hired an angular dev to build a mobile version (SPA - PWA) of my web app. We chose Ionic for the flexibility of potentially moving to native builds in the future.
My PWA is built and is looking awesome and working perfectly BUT the site was designed to have a few small parts be updated regularly with new content. Specifically - a section with a list of scrollable cards containing video links/titles/descriptions that I will need to reorder, update, delete, etc. as needed to publish new content, and perhaps occasionally insert cards with pictures, text, or advertisements.
I (foolishly?) expected that once the PWA was compiled I could easily tinker with the code to make these changes like I do on the desktop version of my web app.
But it seems that the Ionic PWA code is much more complex than I expected after compiling - and my dev has recommended making all changes in the ionic environment and then recompiling - which seems like a waste since I will only need to change a few small pieces at a time.
Is this the best way to update content on ionic PWAs? Will someone with almost no JS experience be able to make these kinds of changes within the ionic framework to an already constructed app?
Thanks in advance, and although it is clearly over my head, I love the end result!!!