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Convert a Web Application into an Ionic App

Convert a Web Application into an Ionic App

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In this lesson, we are going to demonstrate how easy it is to copy existing Angular code into an Ionic app. It is literally as simple as removing unnecessary code from the Ionic app and pasting in the guts of our Angular application. Along the way, we will update some dependencies and discover a gotcha for including assets from a CDN.
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In this lesson, we are going to demonstrate how easy it is to copy existing Angular code into an Ionic app. It is literally as simple as removing unnecessary code from the Ionic app and pasting in the guts of our Angular application. Along the way, we will update some dependencies and discover a gotcha for including assets from a CDN.

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Tom

Hi, maybe I missed something, but where does that eggly folder come from.. ?

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Lukas

Hey Tom,
The eggly folder is from an existing project that we build in a previous series (https://egghead.io/series/angularjs-application-architecture). We thought it would be somewhat redundant to write the app from scratch as well as we wanted to showcase how easy it is to port an existing AngularJS app to Ionic. So no prior knowledge of the eggly project is assumed, only that it is an app built with AngularJS. Hope that clears the confusion!

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HEY, QUICK QUESTION!
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Why are we asking?