Getting Started with Ionic
WARNING: The repository is not meant as a fully fledged Ionic plugin, but as a base for further development instead. See the Cordova plugin repository for more details on how to implement a full plugin for your use case.
Updated to use
Cordova 8.0.0 and
Ionic CLI 3.20
present method, but will need to handle the different ways both platforms manage filepaths. To launch the example app, take a look at the Launch Example section below.
The example app was created using the following commands:
To begin, clone the PESDK Cordova plugin demo to your root directory and add it as a submodule:
$ git init $ git submodule add email@example.com:imgly/pesdk-cordova-demo.git
Move on with creating a new Ionic app and adding the iOS and Android platforms:
$ ionic start PESDKDemo blank # Select yes, when asked about integrating Cordova to target native iOS and Android. $ cd PESDKDemo $ ionic cordova platform add android $ ionic cordova platform add ios
You can then add our
pesdk-cordova-demo as a plugin to the Ionic app:
$ ionic cordova plugin add ../pesdk-cordova-demo --nofetch
This will use the plugin source files from the submodule you created before to add the PESDK plugin to both platforms.
Licensing and further customizations
For iOS you need to manually add your PESDK license file as
LICENSE_IOS to the Xcode project. On Android, the license file just needs to be added to the
/app/main/assets directory as
LICENSE_ANDROID. Take a look at our cordova demo for more details on how to modify the native plugins to match your requirements.
:warning: You’ll need to make sure the Ionic ID/iOS Bundle ID/Android App ID matches your license file
Once you cloned this repository, you need to run the following commands in order to launch the example app on devices or emulators:
$ git submodule update $ cd PESDKDemo $ npm install $ ionic cordova build ios $ ionic cordova build android $ cp LICENSE_ANDROID platforms/android/assets $ cordova plugin add ../pesdk-cordova-demo --nofetch
This builds the app for both platforms and copies the Android license file to the corresponding directory. Afterwards you need to add the
LICENSE_IOS file to the iOS app by opening PESDKDemo.xcworkspace using Xcode and dragging the license file into the sidebar.
Once all license copying is done and both platforms have been built, the app can be run using the following commands:
$ ionic cordova emulate ios $ ionic cordova emulate android
Running in the Browser
The app will run in your browser using
ionic serve, but will throw an error upon clicking the ‘Open PhotoEditor SDK’ button, as there is no browser implementation.