Setting up the Ionic framework and Cordova for Windows
Once you have installed Node.js, install Ionic on your Windows machine. The rest should be straightforward.
Open the command prompt and check whether you have
npm installed by running the following command:
Once you have ensured that you have successfully installed
npm, you can go ahead and run the following command:
npm install -g ionic
This step should result in an output, which shows that you have successfully installed Ionic.
In order to install Cordova, you can also use
npm and run the following command:
npm install -g cordova
Once you receive a successful output, you can go ahead and start setting up the platform dependencies.
An experimental setup for Windows:
In Windows, you will ...