From the GIF image you can see what kind of effect we are going for. So let’s take a look at how to achieve this with Angular. I have generated an Angular project and for the purpose of this article/tutorial we will implement this effect in the
Sometimes when developing your app you may decide not to use a certain plugin anymore or you come across some errors that are caused because of a plugin. Depending on the error, it’s sometimes fixed by removing platforms and adding them again, but in this article we will focus on removing Cordova plugins from ionic.
So I have this 3.5 inch display which is a copy of the WaveShare 3.5 inch display that can connect to the Raspberry Pi thru the GPIO ports. I wanted to try out some gaming using RetroPie and this display. But as soon as I managed to get the display to work I noticed that games run very bad, FPS was bad, refresh rate were bad, so I started to mess around with the settings to get better performance, but I just could not get the result that I wanted until I came across project FBCD iLi9341. So ill share the full story of how this went, I will share some marks so you can jump to the paragraph that interests you if you don’t want to read thru the whole story.
Before we setup ionic and capacitor environment let’s take a look at what capacitor is.
Capacitor is the The Native Bridge for Cross-Platform Web Apps, it has been developed by ionic team and it allows you to use the native features of iOS, Android, Electron (desktop), and the Web (browsers). This means that with with one code base you can cover all platforms.
Let’s begin with the file structure
In this article you will learn how to create a CSS loading animation with bubbles (circles), you can see it in action in the video below
In this article i’ll show you how to get started with johnny-five and write your first script for arduino, in our case we will be controlling an LED blinking and pulsing.