Ionic Pinterest 1
Created on Feb 29, 2016
Framework Ionic 1
Category Theme

Introduction

Pinterest is a visual discovery tool that you can use to find ideas for all your projects and interests. As its self-introduction, it's not really a social network as people thought. I myself use Pinterest almost everyday to see wrist watches photos (my hobby), fashion trends, and design ideas. I'm satisfied with its clean, minimal UI and constantly improved UX. So...

I'm an UI/UX lover. I see nice UI, I clone. That's it lol.

I always take it serious to keep the code quality high, with clean and self-explained code. When purchasing this, you also get my latest "helper" snippets inside the package to make it more fun to code.

Preview

Watch on Youtube

See how it works on Youtube: https://youtu.be/F4FyrAtThmQ

Happy prototyping!

Changelog

Note: All updates are on Ionic 1

Last updated: Jun 17 2017

v1

  • First version

v2

  • Use font HelveticaNeue
  • Update UI to the latest version of the native app

v3

  • Compatible with Ionic CLI 3.4.0

Screens

  1. Landing
  2. Login/Signup
  3. Feeds
  4. Pin detail
  5. Comment
  6. Search
  7. Notifications.News
  8. Notifications.You
  9. Notifications.Messages
  10. Notifications.Message
  11. Me
  12. Pin Collection detail
  13. Pin Collection Edit
  14. Settings
  15. Add new pin
  16. Re-pin a pin

Run locally

1.Install Ionic environment

$ npm install -g cordova
$ npm install -g @ionic/cli@6.8.0

2.After purchasing, download the zip file containing the entire demo app and unzip

3.Go inside the extracted folder

4.Install all dependencies

$ npm install

5.Start local server

$ ionic serve

6.Your default browser should now automatically open the template

Notes

  1. Angular Masonry to make the Pinterest-like grid https://github.com/passy/angular-masonry
  2. Ion-sticky https://github.com/Poordeveloper/ion-sticky
  3. Modify the default color theme to match Pinterest's color in /scss/ionic.app.scss
// line 18
$assertive:                       #cb2027 !default;
$stable:                          #EAEBEC !default;

Build with capacitor

First of all, make sure that you can Run Locally (see the instruction above).

# build web asset (to folder www)
$ ionic build

# add platform (ios or android)
$ ionic capacitor add ios

# prepare app icons and splash images
$ npm run resources

# copy web assets into the native project
$ ionic capacitor copy ios

# open Xcode, then build the native app from there
$ ionic capacitor open ios

# OR run in live-reload mode
$ ionic capacitor run ios -l --external

See more:

Ionic - iOS Development

Ionic - Android Development

Migrating a Web App Using Cordova to Capacitor

Contact

If you need technical support or have any questions, don't hesitate to send me a message: mr_hie@yahoo.com

Homepage: https://www.takethatdesign.com

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