The New September Release Has Arrived!

Posted: September 14th, 2020Author:

Autumn has come and we have new updates for our platform! In this release, we focused our efforts on new Ionic 4 features.

Ionic 4 Range Component

This slider feature lets users select from a range of values by moving the knob. It can accept dual knobs, but by default one knob controls the value of the Range.

 

Ionic 4 Modal Window

We have added a no-code option for opening modals in Ionic 4, similar to navigate to page action. Now you can pass values and parameters to certain variables on modal close and open.

Ionic 4 Switching Checked State

To make app development faster, we changed the checked state of the following Ionic 4 components:

Now the states of these components are updated at every mapping invocation.

Files Manager

You can now upload any type of file (not just images using our Media Manager). To do it, in your app, go to the App settings > General tab and upload the needed files under the Assets section:

Bugs (Less of Them)

No update is complete without bug fixes. So, yes, we fixed many large and small bugs to make the platform better.

Keep in Touch

If you run into any hiccups with this release, please reach out to us via the forum or by sending us an email. (To send us an email, sign in to the platform and click the Get Help link at the top.)

Our developers are always happy to help you with your application. Thank you for your business, and we hope you enjoy these new improvements to our platform.

The Summer Release Has Arrived!

Posted: July 3rd, 2020Author:

In this release, launching this weekend, we have a lot of good news for you about these topics:

  • Toggle component
  • Chart component
  • Fonts
  • Emails from Server Code
  • Datetime component
  • CurrentItem
  • API Express backups

So, without further ado, let’s look at each in more detail.

Ionic 4 Toggle component added

We continue to improve the Ionic 4 framework in our platform. Now we have added a new component, Toggle. If you don’t know, toggles change the state of a single option. They can be switched on or off by pressing or swiping them. Please check:

Chart component updated

The Chart component has proved to be a useful and frequently used feature. We have finished beta testing, fixed some issues, and are now ready to fully roll it out for production.

Font handling improved

We have added the ability to set the default font in App Settings. It is applied in the Visual Editor to have the same font displaying as the Preview and can be reset just like the icon.

Feature to send emails from Server Code added

Now you can send emails using Server Code (our feature for writing app logic on the server using JavaScript). We are sure that this will be a very useful for our users and that they will appreciate it.

Datetime component improved

Now, using the Datetime component, the user can enter hours and minutes into the database without adding the TSC code.

CurrentItem options added

Developers can now update and delete currentItem from an array.

API Express project backup upgraded

Security providers will now be added when you export an API Express project.

 


Bug fixes

What update goes without fixing bugs? So yes, we fixed a large number of big and small bugs to make the platform better.

How to Use Google Maps in an AngularJS App

Posted: August 11th, 2015Author:

Like standard UI elements, such as buttons, input and text areas, the Appery.io App Builder also provides a convenient and ready-to-use Google Maps component for your AngularJS apps. This component contains a large set of visually configurable properties and entities like markers and windows.

angular_google_maps

There is a lot of help available for you to get the most out of this component. We’ve got detailed guides, a modularly organized tutorial, and our always helpful support team.

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Extending the Google Map Component with Custom JavaScript

Posted: April 5th, 2012Author: