For those may not know, Onsen UI offers a rich variety of UI components and tons of ready to implement features, specially designed for mobile apps. However, with all these possibilities one can’t help but be puzzled about how can all these components be combined to create an app. For that purpose, we in the Onsen UI team will show you how to use a combination of Onsen UI components to create a user interface pattern almost identical to the one of the popular music app Spotify!
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Onsen UI provides native-like styles for all the UI components that presumably work for most of the situations. However, sometimes we want to give our apps a personal touch in the shape of custom styles or animations. Let’s learn how to quickly implement custom “modifiers” to alter the style of our components in this article.
You may have happened to read our last blog post about some of the progress we have reached lately in Onsen UI. Well surprise surprise, that’s not all.
We want to take our hybrid app framework one step further, so besides all those recent updates about stability improvement in iOS and so on, in recent version
2.3.0 we have added brand new core components that you can start using right away.
Keep reading if you’d like to get acquainted with these new components.
It’s time to unveil the beta version of our Angular 2 components for Onsen UI. We have worked hard to bring you these components and hope you are as excited as we are!
Angular 2 has come a long way since it was released at ng-conf last year and is shaping up to be a powerful framework, both for creating traditional web apps and hybrid apps. We are proud to make our own contribution to the growing ecosystem of Angular 2.
Recently it may have looked like we’ve been focusing mainly on React, but we have also worked hard on bringing you components and directives for Angular 2. Next week they will be available through both
npm and Monaca CLI.
Onsen 1.x was based on Angular 1, but with Onsen 2 we decided to take a different approach. We separated the core logic and styles, so that it can be used with any framework. We also started working on wrappers, so that it can be used in a more natural way in the most popular frameworks.
AngularJS 1 have been supported for quite some time already. Recently we released React Components and next week it’s time for the long awaited Angular 2. We are very excited about this release and we hope you are as well!
We can’t wait to see the amazing apps you create when combining the rich collection of components of Onsen UI with the power of Angular 2.