@Cipher7 In the CSS components reference you can see all the used classes. Take the one you want and change any property. You can check the DOM as well. If you have more questions, please open a new thread.
@Mod-Template The best way is to generate your own theme. When you install Onsen UI you’ll get a folder css-components-src like this. Just follow the readme info and then use the generated CSS file in your project.
@Ulysses-Alves@munsterlander This was released during v2 beta and it changed a little bit for the final release. The main ons-splitter only has properties to access ons-splitter-side and ons-splitter-content. Have a look at the reference for those elements.
As was listed in the original tutorial, you would need to check the Foursquare API docs for the requested information, endpoints. I couldn’t quickly locate the information you wanted, so it may not be provided by the API; however, user tips was, The docs are listed here:
Just small question: isn’t using “actions: bindActionCreators(Actions, dispatch)” breaks the whole idea of container/component approach? Since you are using connect it actually creates another component for you, which is called a container, but for me it seems that you don’t have the presentational components, cause they are not dumb (meaning they know the logic of your app).