The ability to reply to discussions is limited to PRO members. Want to join in the discussion? Click here to subscribe now.

Build a Powerful List with Ionic

Build a Powerful List with Ionic

12:38
In this lesson, we are going to dig into Ionic lists and make use of some awesome list features that Ionic gives us for free. We are going to learn how to use the following Ionic directives: - **ion-nav-buttons** - Use nav buttons to set the buttons on your `ionNavBar`. - **ion-list** - The List is a widely used interface element in almost any mobile app, and can include content ranging from basic text all the way to buttons, toggles, icons, and thumbnails. - **ion-item**- Used to create items inside of an `ionList`. - **ion-delete-button** - A child of `ionItem`, this element allows a developer to show/hide a delete button within an `ionItem` with ease. - **ion-reorder-button** - A child of `ionItem`, this element allows a developer to reorder an `ionItem` within a list easily.
Watch this lesson now
Avatar
egghead.io

In this lesson, we are going to dig into Ionic lists and make use of some awesome list features that Ionic gives us for free. We are going to learn how to use the following Ionic directives:

  • ion-nav-buttons - Use nav buttons to set the buttons on your ionNavBar.
  • ion-list - The List is a widely used interface element in almost any mobile app, and can include content ranging from basic text all the way to buttons, toggles, icons, and thumbnails.
  • ion-item- Used to create items inside of an ionList.
  • ion-delete-button - A child of ionItem, this element allows a developer to show/hide a delete button within an ionItem with ease.
  • ion-reorder-button - A child of ionItem, this element allows a developer to reorder an ionItem within a list easily.
Avatar
Mike

I believe you want to swap the order of lessons 8 & 9...

Avatar
Howard

Hello, I can't seem to get _.where(bookmarks, {category: category}) to return anything. Neither was I able to get the _.where code from github to work. Console.log says TypeError: _.where is not a function. What am I missing and/or doing wrong?

Avatar
Howard

As it turns out, lodash as of v4.0.0 Removed _.where in favor of _.filter with iteratee shorthand (https://github.com/lodash/lodash/wiki/Changelog).

HEY, QUICK QUESTION!
Joel's Head
Why are we asking?