CNodejs Ionic app
There is another one made by Ionic 3, check it out here https://github.com/lanceli/cnodejs-ionic3
If you'd like to run it locally, and modify something, you can do so by cloning this repo and running the following commands (assuming that you have Node, NPM, Ionic, Cordova, Grunt and Bower installed).
# Clone and Install dependencies $ git clone git://github.com/lanceli/cnodejs-ionic.git $ npm install $ bower install # Config api url on development mode # At line 54 in Gruntfile.js $ vim Gruntfile.js # Start the server on localhost:8010 on development mode # Watches for changes, automatically recompiles files and refreshes the browser $ grunt serve # Start the server on production mode $ grunt serve:compress # Add platform target $ grunt platform:add:ios $ grunt platform:add:android # Run on platform target on development mode $ grunt run:ios $ grunt run:android # Run on platform target on production mode $ grunt build:ios $ ionic run ios $ grunt build:android $ ionic run android
if you have some problem with window system, please follow the blow step may help you fixed it.
grunt-contrib-compass/node_modules/tmp/lib/tmp.js:261 throw err; ^ Error: cannot read property 'stdout' of undefined at compile
see issue: Run grunt serve error
- Make sure you have installed Ruby tools
- After you install ruby, use gem to install sass and compass(in cmd):
- gem install sass
- gem install compass
- use npm to install modules(in cmd), choose one to install:
- npm install cordova ionic
- npm install -g cordova ionic
After install all the modules, you may face the child_process error. This is a windows system bug. you can fixed it like this:
grunt-contrib-compass/node_modules/tmp/lib/tmp.js:261 throw err; ^ Error: spawn ENOENT at errnoException (child_process.js:1001:11) at Process.ChildProcess._handle.onexit (child_process.js:802:34)
A solution would be to replace spawn by win-spawn:
- npm install win-spawn
- Replace the line in the Gruntfile.js:
replace child_process to win-spawn var spawn = require('child_process').spawn; to var spawn = require('win-spawn');
more information about this defect,please see:
have try, it should work now.
When you run it locally in browser, CORS is a problem.
Disable web security of chrome
open -a /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app --args --disable-web-security --allow-file-access-from-files
OR Allow cross origin access in nginx
add_header Access-Control-Allow-Origin *;
Checkout this: How do I add Access-Control-Allow-Origin in NGINX?
See the CHANGELOG.
You are welcome to contribute.