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CircleCI Demo IONIC App

IONIC 3.0 Continuous Integration using CircleCI 2.0

[CircleCI]

Building and running locally

  1. Run npm install to install the node dependencies.
  2. Run ionic serve to run the app in development mode.

Running the Android app in the Android emulator.

  1. Run ionic cordova platform add android to create platform add to the project
  2. Run ionic cordova run android to start the app in the Android emulator.

Building on CircleCI

This example is ready to be built on CircleCI. Once you have copied or forked the repository, navigate to the CircleCI web interface, choose Projects and then Add project. Select a project and click Start building.

Try pushing some changes to your repo to see how a JS job runs, and then it will install the dependecies and android sdk get run concurrently. Once it is done, it will generate an apk to download from the artifacts. For more information https://circleci.com/docs/

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For more detail, https://www.driftycode.com/continuous-integration-for-ionic-apps/

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