editors=100 When you refresh that page there is a brief flicker while everything loads.
Ideally there'd be a way to hide all of the components until everything has finished loading.
Once you are finished updating the score, click the green Save Score button. Once you are finished updating the score, click the green Save Score button. The Innings Pitched should be entered in the IP column, and pitches thrown in the PC column. Once the page loads click the green Add Score or Update Score button under the game.
To always see the latest version of the template being rendered.  copy finished in 6.37 s  webpack finished in 10.30 s  sass started ...Steps to reproduce: ionic-app-scripts serve  ionic-app-scripts 1.1.0  watch started ...  sass finished in 1.35 s  postprocess started ...  transpile finished in 6.00 s  preprocess started ... postprocess finished in 1 ms  lint started ...Could you maybe give me a general direction where I could start looking?
import from './component1'; // Right here import from '@angular/core'; import from 'ionic-angular'; import from './app.component'; import from '../pages/about/about'; import from '../pages/contact/contact'; import from '../pages/home/home'; import from '../pages/tabs/tabs'; @Ng Module() export class App Module Like I already said previously: I'm running the apps on version 1.1.0.Similar to composition Complete lifecycle events so that if the function exists in your viewmodel, it gets called once the component has been bound to the DOM.Perhaps you can pass in the element to this function so appropriate code would look like such.would probably mean that a parent view model is listening to 'after Render' of this child component.But I think it is useful for a component to know the 'after Render' of itself.The rest of my setup is as follows: local typescript: 2.0.9 global tsc (tsc -v): 2.1.4 global ionic: 2.2.1 I'm running on Windows 10 (x64) and I'm using Chrome to test this.