Have you ever came upon a sample app which you wanted to use as a base of a project, but its implementation was so troublesome that you ended up losing a lot of time? Say no more, as we are happy to announce our newest Monaca features: “Publish Project” and “Direct Import”.
In this article, you will learn how to use Twitter Single Sign On (SSO) with Monaca Cloud IDE using Angular 1 and Onsen UI. The authentication is done by using twitter-connect-plugin. This plugin uses Twitter’s Fabric SDK to enable SSO with your Android and iOS apps. After a successful authentication, the user’s basic information will be displayed in the app.
We are excited to announce that the Vue Components for Onsen UI beta version is finally out. `firstname.lastname@example.org` is now available on NPM and you can start creating Vue mobile apps with the power of Onsen UI. Vue UI for mobile devices made easy.
In this article we also show how to create a kitchen sink app that includes most of the components with and without Vuex.
This week we have two news to announce. First of all, following the recent release of Onsen UI 2.2.0 now we also provide support for it in Monaca CLI version 2.2.0.
Therefore, you can use transpirable frameworks Angular 2+ and React with the new Onsen UI and cssnext.
Moreover, from now on, you can create Vue.js 2 project in CLI based on our standard templates: Minimum, Navigation, Splitter and Tabbar.
The new Vue 2 templates support the
2.0.0-alpha.1 version of the Vue binding and the newest Onsen UI.
Below we prepared a short tutorial that shows how to create a Vue 2 project in Monaca CLI.