Ionic Cloud has been deprecated. To continue using Ionic services, migrate to Ionic Pro before Jan. 31, 2018.
Your app may not work fully when run within View if you have unsupported Cordova plugins or custom native code.
View supports a subset of the plugins found in Ionic Native:
View supports the following plugins:
- Bluetooth Serial
- Device Motion
- Device Orientation
- Email Composer
- Network Information
- Touch ID
Before your app can show up in View, you need to upload it:
$ ionic upload
There are two ways to view apps:
- View your own apps that you’ve uploaded.
- Enter an app ID that’s been shared with you.
If you are the owner or collaborator of an app you can simply view it from your app list.
Once you’ve uploaded an app, or been added as a collaborator, it should be visible in your app list (you can pull-to-refresh to reload the data):
Tap one of the app cards to bring up a popup with possible actions. You can view the app, clear its local files, sync the local files with the latest upload from the Ionic Services, or remove it from your account.
By App ID
If you are not an owner or collaborator, but you know an app’s unique ID, you can enter it to view that app.
If you have not uploaded any apps yet, tapping the “Preview a shared app” button will bring you to the app preview page. If you already have an app list, tapping the eye icon on the left side of the header bar will bring you there.
In-App View Controls
Exiting the App
When viewing an app, the app will take up the full screen. To exit the app, swipe three fingers down:
You can submit feedback for apps by swiping three fingers up to bring up a feedback form:
Feedback is visible to app owners in the feedback tab in the Dashboard.
- Right now feedback can only be submitted by app owners and collaborators.