Applications built with Angular are not Search Engine friendly by default. If you view the source of the Angular application you won’t find any content there. So, our application pages won’t appear in the search engine results. It may or may not be the behaviour you want. So, If you don’t want the search engines to crawl through your content, you’re good to go already. But, If there’s a requirement like you have created a blog in Angular then you might want to make…
In this tutorial we will be creating an app with ionic framework (a brilliant mobile app development framework by drifyco). We will be using the api that i have created in my previous blog post to get data from the server which is created in Laravel5. In this blog post i will be covering many topics like setting up ionic, setting up sass, auth, crud, ionic pull to refresh, ionic infinite scroll etc.
In the Previous part of this series, we have seen how we can use Laravel5 to create an full fledged API and we checked the API response with the chrome extension called Postman. And in this second part of the two part series, we will see how we can interact with or use this API to make requests from the client side with Angularjs and make a simple jokes app.
Laravel & Angularjs works really well together, if used in a correct way. In this Laravel & Angularjs Series, we will be creating an app where Laravel will be used for creating an API and Angularjs for consuming that API.