Ionic - Using behind a proxy server

I ran into an issue today on the vagrant IonicBox when I tried to create a new Ionic project at work behind the firewall/proxy even with all of the configurations for npm, git, bower, and bash setup for the proxy as detailed at proxy-configurations. Luckily, Ionic had a fix for this already. Linux All I had to do was put PROXY=http://myserver:myport in front of the ionic start command. PROXY=http://myserver:myport ionic start todo blank Windows

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Npm, Bower, Git, and Bash Proxy Configurations

When you are using npm, bower, and git behind a proxy server you have to do a little bit of configuration. Luckily it is super easy to do these configurations. Almost all of the programs have command line commands to set and unset the proxy server. Updates: Updated 2015-Feb-01: Added running source command for Bash and Ruby Gems section Updated 2015-May-07: Added the Ionic Start command Updated 2015-May-08: Added the Android SDK Updated 2015-Aug-03: Added command lines to set proxy Updated 2015-Oct-20: Added Gradle Windows Command Prompt Current Command Prompt Only set http_proxy=[Your Proxy]:[Proxy Port] set https_proxy=[Your Proxy]:[Proxy Port] Unset Current Session set http_proxy= set https_proxy= Globally as a System Environment Variable Run from an administrative command prompt

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