What about after they install it and start the app?
An app icon and splash screen (launch image) are important parts of any app, yet making them used to be incredibly tedious.
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Trashing an app does never make you lose your settings or even project.
What’s the first thing users see when they download your app?
Also, the upcoming i Phone X creates some unique challenges when creating a user interface, so we’ve added some useful new APIs to help you adjust your UI.
Starting with i OS 11, Apple now requires that you include an method — simply consult our Managing Xcode Assets guide for instructions.
Want different icons for the i OS and Android versions of your app? To use different source images for individual platforms, place the source image in the respective platform’s directory.
To use a different icon for Android, the image should follow this path: .
You needed numerous icons for i OS and Android, and then you had to deal with splash screens and all their different sizes.
To save you the stress of dealing with all that, we’ve made it possible for you to generate app icons and splash screens via the Ionic CLI.
This way, you can have an i OS icon with native rounded corners and an Android icon with a transparent background.
This is just one more way Ionic aims to make developers’ lives easier, not to mention more fun.
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