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  • About the SDK

    In this section you will find general information about the Pro SDK such as what is new in the current release, changes from the Tobii Pro Analytics SDK 3, which eye trackers are currently supported by the Pro SDK and which platforms and languages it is available for. Read more..

  • Common concepts

    In all language bindings, some concepts are the same. This includes which coordinate systems are used, how time stamps are defined and how licenses are handled. In this section we have collected information that is useful no matter which language binding is used. Read more..

  • .NET

    In this section you will find all information you need to get started using the Pro SDK .NET language binding. The section contains getting started- and migrating from earlier versions guides as well as a reference library for classes and functions. Read more..

  • Python

    In this section you will find all information you need to get started using the Pro SDK Python language binding. The section contains getting started- and migrating from earlier versions guides as well as a reference library for classes and functions. Read more..

  • Matlab/Octave

    In this section you will find all information you need to get started using the Pro SDK Matlab/Octave language binding. The section contains getting started- and migrating from earlier versions guides as well as a reference library for classes and functions. Read more..

  • C

    In this section you will find all information you need to get started using the Pro SDK C language binding. The section contains getting started- and migrating from earlier versions guides as well as a reference library for classes and functions. Read more..

  • Unity

    In this section you will find all information you need to get started using the Pro SDK Unity language binding. The section contains getting started guides as well as a reference library for classes and functions. Read more..

  • Eye Tracker Manager

    In this section you will find information about Tobii Pro Eye Tracker Manager. How to install it, and how to use it in your Pro SDK projects. Read more..

If you have building errors after running the following command, you probably did not install the Android SDK and its dependencies. C: Users Username Desktop myApp ionic build android The last step of the installation process is to run your app, which will start the mobile device, if connected, or the default emulator, if there is no device. Ionic cordova plugin remove onesignal-cordova-plugin ionic cordova plugin add onesignal-cordova-plugin If you are using Capacitor and already have an app with the OneSignal SDK, run the following to ensure your SDK is on the latest version. Npm uninstall onesignal-cordova-plugin npm install onesignal-cordova-plugin npx cap sync 🚧.

Example

Since Ionic 2 is getting better and better every day, please always check the official documentation to keep track of the latest changes and improvements.

Prerequisites: You will need NodeJS in order to build Ionic 2 projects. You can download and install node here and learn more about npm and the packages Ionic 2 uses here.

1. Installing Ionic 2

Like Ionic 1, you can use the Ionic CLI or GUI to quickly build and test apps right in the browser. It even has all the functionality to work with your Ionic 1 apps, so you won't need to change a thing!

To use Ionic 2 simply install ionic from npm:

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If you get an EACCES error, follow the instructions here to give node the permissions it needs.

2. Creating Your First App

Once the CLI is installed, run the following command to start your first app:

The tabs template is used by default, but you can choose another template by passing in a flag. For example:

This will use the tutorial template.

To run your app, change into your projects directory and run ionic serve -lc:

The -l activates the live reload of the page, the -c displays the console logs. If you're having issues building your app, make sure your package.json matches the one in the ionic2-app-base

You can play with your new app right there in the browser!

3. Building to a Device

You can also build your new app on a physical device or a device emulator. You will need Cordova to proceed.

To install Cordova, run:

Check out the iOS simulator docs for building iOS applications (NOTE: you cannot build to iOS devices or emulators on any operating system other than OSX), or the Genymotion docs to build an Android application.

Running on iOS device:

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To build an iOS app, it is necessary for you to work on an OSX computer, because you will need the cocoa framework to be able to build for ios, if it's the case you will first need to add the platform to cordova by running the following command:

You will need Xcode to compile to an iOS device.

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Finally, run your app with the following command:

Running on an Android device:

The steps for Android are almost identical. First, add the platform:

Then install the Android SDK which allows you to compile to an Android device. Although the Android SDK comes with an emulator, it's really slow. Genymotion is much faster. Once installed, simply run the following command:

And that's it! Congratulations on building your first Ionic 2 app!

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Ionic has live reloading too. So if you want to develop your app and see changes taking place live on the emulator / device, you can do that by running the following commands:

For iOS:

Be careful, on iOS 9.2.2 the livereload doesn't work. If you want to work with livereload, edit the config.xml file by adding the following :

Then in the <platform name='ios'> :

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For Android:

The l stands for live-reload, c for console logs, and s for server logs. This will allow you to see if there are any errors / warnings during execution.

Building for Windows

If you want to build your project for windows, you need to work on a windows computer. To start, install the windows platform to your ionic2 project by running the following command :

Then just run the following command :

To run in browser

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