@jced-artem There was an issue with the class name, it was renamed from tab-bar to tabbar in recent updates.
If you want to use it as menu, it’s better to replace 42 line with this:
<ons-splitter-side collapse=“collapse” swipeable=“true” [page]=“sidePage” side=“left” width=“200px” style=“border-right: 1px solid #ccc”>
sorry I can do that…
buttonLabels: [‘No’, ‘Yes’]
@DaveyK65 could you show me how you converted the angular 1 delegate to angular 2? I tried converting but still no avail.
@koheiokazaki Like this:
As far as why you would use postchange, if you wanted to load data for the next page or maybe check if the user completed an action on the previous change, you can throw your code in there.
@milkisevil Whats not working? Here is a complete working example. Also, I know they unit test but I can’t remember what framework they use off the top of my head.
Edit: Just saw this is in Angular 2. I have also observed the bug for Angular but no Vanilla.
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