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Ionic Angular specific building blocks on top of @ionic/core components.



Testing ng-add in ionic

  1. Pull the latest from main
  2. Build ionic/angular: npm run build
  3. Run npm link from ionic/angular/dist directory
  4. Create a blank angular project
ng new add-test
// Say yes to including the router, we need it
cd add-test
  1. To run schematics locally, we need the schematics-cli (once published, this will not be needed)
npm install @angular-devkit/schematics-cli
  1. Link @ionic/angular
npm link @ionic/angular
  1. Run the local copy of the ng-add schematic
$ npx schematics @ionic/angular:ng-add

You'll now be able to add ionic components to a vanilla Angular app setup.

Project Structure


This is where logic that is shared between lazy loaded and standalone components live. For example, the lazy loaded IonPopover and standalone IonPopover components extend from a base IonPopover implementation that exists in this directory.

Note: This directory exposes internal APIs and is only accessed in the standalone and src submodules. Ionic developers should never import directly from @ionic/angular/common. Instead, they should import from @ionic/angular or @ionic/angular/standalone.


This is where the standalone component implementations live. It was added as a separate entry point to avoid any lazy loaded logic from accidentally being pulled in to the final build. Having a separate directory allows the lazy loaded implementation to remain accessible from @ionic/angular for backwards compatibility.

Ionic developers can access this by importing from @ionic/angular/standalone.


This is where the lazy loaded component implementations live.

Ionic developers can access this by importing from @ionic/angular.

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npm i @ionic/angular

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