In this post we will guide you, step by step, how to prepare a blank Linux Mint installation for development with Ionic Framework.
C, U and D are still left, so here they come.
In part 2 we created a RecyclerView and, of course, the main Activity. That’s not too bad, but still not very useful, because we can not really use the app (yet, I promise). So this time we are going to implement another activity that shows all details of a lease
and lets us create new and delete existing entities – it is basically close to be CRUD.
Originally this series was intended to have 3 parts, but during this part we realized the 3rd post is getting too long. Well, we’ll make it 4 parts…