Work log and learnings while we compete for Angular attack 2018
We have decided to work on solving a real world problem i.e making all disabled people independent using easily available software and hardware
Log1–May 12, 12:30pm IST
Ionic has a split pane component that will make your ux looks good on desktop view.
Log2–May 12, 1:00pm IST
And we are ready with the final layout of our app.
Log3 — May 12, 3:54PM
Lunch and code. Google map integration is in progress. Using Geocoding service and DirectionsService is in the house! Keep guessing.
The above code issues an interval to check whether google maps have been loaded. We should add a max wait time and then fail fast instead of going indefinite check.
Log4 — May 12, 7:43PM
Async, Promise, Rainy weather and code is on.
Log5 — May 13, 12:54 AM IST
Frustrated and stuck on below error.
Finally found the below issue. Can someone explain why?
`$ ionic build --prod` failure · Issue #1381 · ionic-team/ionic-app-scripts
Short description of the problem: Trying to run that command and it fails with this error: Can't resolve all…
Log6 — May 13, 3:57AM IST
Designing, bug fixes and calling it a day. Good night (morning folks)
Log7 — May 13, 12:11 PM
Happy Mother’s day. While doing UI updates in angular via async callbacks or by other external library you would require NgZone to keep everything in sync
Log8 — May 13, 6:44PM
Designing is everything. A user sees first and then uses anything. Adding motion interactions to elements. I must say shadows can do magic.
Log9 — May 24, 8:19PM
Angular attack results are out and finally the team’s hardwork paid off. We won the Judges Favourite category.
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