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Adding plugins Ionic and Cordova are powerful tools, but in order to improve performance and minimize the size of your application, they do not include everything you might want in the default installations. You can add additional features to your application by adding plugins. Let’s add the geolocation plugin to our application in anticipation of using some geolocation features down the line in the Trendicity application. From the root of your project, type the following command. Note that you can run this command either on your local machine, or on the Ionic box discussed above.
Users of these platforms come to expect certain aspects of applications to appear the same. Ionic tries to adhere to these platform preferences. However, if you would like for your application to appear the same regardless of the platform, you can change this behavior quite easily on a feature by feature basis using the $ionicConfigProvider. For example, if you wanted the tabs to always show up at the bottom, regardless of the platform, you could change that. Likewise, if you wanted the navigation bar title to always be displayed in the center, you could change that as well.
EnableSlide(false); }; This would simplify handling the flow of the tutorial popup by requiring all steps to pass through the buttons. The onTap() function of Ionic’s popup service let us provide custom logic for the popup’s functionality. $getByHandle("card-intro-slidebox")) next() function and change the button’s text to “OK” as well as preventing the popup from closing. Otherwise, meaning when on the second and final slide, we would simply call return, which would close the popup. Finally, each time the user accesses the card view, we execute a simple check on the locally stored seenCardIntro value to determine if the user has to see the introduction or not.
Developing an Ionic Edge: HTML5 Cross-Platform Hybrid Apps by Anton Shevchenko