In one of my client’s projects, there was a situation where I wanted to update the alert message after a certain event but I was not aware of how to do it as it was not mentioned in the official ionic docs.
So you have a remote url of a PDF file which is being shown in your page content. When the user clicks on it, by normal behaviour it will try to open up in an external browser or an in-app browser (if you have one integrated in your app). What we want is that, when user clicks on the link, it will download the file in background and open the file swiftly in the device’s default pdf reader.
I have been working on a personal project of mine in which i am using ionic 4 and firebase. Firebase is a complete solution which has provision for all the web/app development systems like authentication, storage, database etc. We will be looking into how to properly make use of and integrate the firebase authentication module into your ionic 4 app.
In this article, i am going to explain in steps on how to add tabs in your existing ionic 4 projects if you started from a blank project.