The current behaviour of the Ionic 3 Menu component doesn’t allow the menu to stay open if the user interacts with other content in the app.
There are a couple of reasons to want a static menu, with the content still in full view:
- Desktop web apps have sufficient space to show a menu and content simultaneously and we want a drawer to mimic a SplitPane
With a page you want to be loaded lazily and not eagerly, don’t fall into the subtle trap of trying to push the module onto the stack rather than just the name of the module as a string.
In your page you wanted to have lazy loading, you probably added the decorator (or ionic CLI may have generated this for you):
In these … Read more
Please do some more research […] when the LN (Lightening (sp) Network) comes out it will address these issues and maintain the 1mb block size which will help it remain decentralized.
The lightening (sp) network coming soon will solve many current problems with Bitcoin.
I don’t think you understand.
“I don’t think you understand… Read more
If your Android app uses speech recognition (i.e. enables the RecognizerIntent EXTRA_PREFER_OFFLINE), you may run into an issue where the offline recognition immediately fails even though you have the offline language files installed on your device.
Ensure that the language input in Keyboard & Language settings and in the Google Voice Input (whic… Read more
If you’ve recently upgraded your Android SDK and end up getting these errors in your Ionic/Cordova projects, you may need to install the cordova-android-support-gradle-release plugin (via cordova plugin add):
Manifest merger failed : Attribute meta-data#android.support.VERSION@value value=(25.3.1) from [com.android.support:appcom… Read more
Just a warning for those migrating to or starting to develop with Ionic 3 framework, if you create a new project with illegal characters in a package.json “name”, npm dependencies will not install.
You might encounter an error right away when performing “ionic serve” or “ionic cordova run” like:
Error: Cannot find… Read more
After having transitioned from Apache to Nginx as the web service for this blog, I noticed an immediate drop-off from search engine traffic to links outside of the index page. Just attributing it to blind bad luck for a few days, I later realized that permalinks were broken because I didn’t correctly translate the rewrite rules from the Apache confi… Read more
If you’re affected by the major change outlined by this reported issue here’s a temporary fix you may want to try to get things working again without having to change all of your own code:
find . -name "socket.io.js" -exec sed -i -e 's/socket\.id \= self\.engine\.id;/socket\.id \= socket\.nsp \+ "\#" \+ self\.engine\.… Read more
FireFox experiences a race condition between the loading of code in scripts and receiving socket.io events if a socket establishes a connection concurrently with the loading of scripts. If a socket.io client in FireFox connects to the socket.io server in a script, but there are socket event handlers yet to be loaded (or general JS yet to be loaded), even… Read more