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Ionic - How to setup on Windows

Updates: 2016-08-13: Added Gradle and VS Code to software installed. Changed from JDK7 to JDK8. Removed Ant. Added Android SDK Apis install to Chocolatey script. Switched suggested emulator to Visual Studio Emulator for Android. If you are like me and just starting to work with the Ionic Framework and don’t already have a machine setup to do Android, iOS, Node, etc development then many of the guides out there leave out a number of steps that you need to do in order to get everything working.

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Ionic - Setup on OSx

Updates: 2016-08-13: Added Gradle and VS Code. Changed from JDK7 to JDK8. Removed Ant. If you are like me and just starting to work with the Ionic Framework and don’t already have a machine setup to do Android, iOS, Node, etc development then many of the guides out there leave out a number of steps that you need to do in order to get everything working. Even being a Windows user I was able to pretty easily get Ionic working on a Mac.

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Ionic - Using Android x86 Virtual Machine Instead of Emulator

The Android emulator is super super slow and I could never get it working on my development virtual machine. I thought no problem I will just use Genymotion but due to a video card driver issue on my laptop (not Genymotion’s fault), I couldn’t use it either. I was thinking ok I will just have to use a real device and always have it on me when I do Android development work.

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