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The new AngularJS support in Appery.io App Builder is still in beta and in active development. This means that not all features and integrations have been completed, and you might encounter some bugs (we are working fast to fix them). You can also expect frequent changes and updates.

Introduction

Tutorials are step-by-step guides that can teach you how to build an app or use a particular feature of Appery.io AngularJS.

Quickstart

If you are new to AngularJS, start with the following tutorial.

Bootstrap

Select Bootstrap if you want to build a responsive web or mobile web app. This app will run in the browser.

Following tutorial shows you how to build app UI, create an app database, display a list of items from the database:

The following tutorial shows you how to extend your Bootstrap pizza app:

Ionic

Select Ionic if you want to build a hybrid mobile app for iOS or Android. This app will be installed on the device.

Following tutorial shows you how to build app UI, create an app database, display a list of items from the database:

Database

Native device features

Google Maps API

  • Building a mobile app with Google Maps and Geolocation
    Covers: showing user location on the map via Geolocation, Google Maps Directions (building a route from point A to point B), converting location name to latitude and longitude via Google Geocoding, placing marker or multiple markers, placing multiple markers from database, adding layers.

Tutorials for public plugins

Public plugins are available to all Appery.io developers. If you created a plugin, and would like us to add it to our plugin directory, please email us at support@appery.io. Below is a list of available tutorials for our public plugins.

Also, Appery.io enables adding Cordova plug-ins to your apps. Please read here for more information.

Business and development

Email and SMS

Payments

Native features

Using 3rd party APIs

The following tutorials show you how to use 3rd party REST APIs and libraries. You can use any API in your mobile app by using the approaches shown: