Shipping Ecommerce App Manager
Full ecommerce app
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created: 01/11/2016 latest update: 01/11/2016 by: Hoang Van Loi Ionic view app_id: “94bd9be4” Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgCodecanyon account
What is this?
– Today sales view
– Feature view
– Products view
– Product detail view
– Category View
– Shopping cart and Checkout
– Order detail view – Push notification
– Get location Admin *
– Receive orders in real time
– Category management
– Product management – Dashboard
– Item report summary
– Orders list – Push notification management – Settings
– Using S3 amazon for uploading and storing images \\\ How does it work?
This app was developed and tested with the lastest versions of
Android-SDK -> http://developer.android.com/sdk/installing/index.htmlAnt-apache -> http://ant.apache.org/Cordova -> http://cordova.apache.org/Xcode (for Mac only) -> https://developer.apple.com/xcode/download/NodeJS -> https://nodejs.org/en/How to run :
Step 1 : Installation
Install NodeJS following the link above. From your terminal, run this command and wait for it to be completed to install Ionic framwork and Cordova : npm install -g cordova ionic Install MongoDB – if you wish to use api-calls from mongo : https://docs.mongodb.org/manual/tutorial/install-mongodb-on-os-x/Step 2.1 : Using the app without api-calls
Simply copy content of ‘app-not-use-api’ folder under ‘build-app/www’. Using this command from your terminal : cp -a [path to your app-not-use-api folder]/. [build-app/www path] Ex : cp -a /Users/Alice/app-notuse-api/. /Users/Alice/build-app/www Navigate your terminal to the ‘build-app’ folder and run this command : ionic serve Step 2.2 : Using the app with api-calls (MongoDB needs to be installed)
Navigate your terminal to ‘server’ folder. Run this command and wait for it to be completed npm install Then run node index.js Copy content of ‘app-use-api’ folder under ‘build-app/www’. Using this command from your terminal : cp -a [path to your app-not-use-api folder]/. [build-app/www path] Ex : cp -a /Users/Alice/app-notuse-api/. /Users/Alice/build-app/www Config for your server can be found in ‘js/config.js’ and ‘index.html’ (s?a thêm ch? này nhé). Step 3 : Build an app that runs on Android/ iOS
Open your terminal, navigate to ‘build-app’ folder. And run these commands : ionic platform add android ionic build android
Simply change ‘android’ to ‘ios’ if you wanna have an app on iOS
Folder structure :
You are going to find inside Shipping App 8 directories: app-user-api app-not-user-api server build-app Documentation intro-images app-android-demo
VERSION 1.0 (11/01/2016)
The first version
Source & Credits
Thanks so much to
Angularjs Ionic framework HTML5/CSS3 Angular-translate Angular chartjs Nodejs Socket.io Mongodb Locastorage ...
List of all the kind people who donated:
email@example.comIf you wan’t to get into this list please donate any amount What else
I spent a lot of time on this thing. Nevertheless it’s still not finished. I like to improve it wherever I can and appreciate your feedback.