[Christophe Coenraets] This is the third article in a series focused on Angular 2 and Ionic 2. In Part 1, I shared a first version of the Ionic Realty application using a set of mock data services. In Part 2, I used actual REST services powered by a Node.js back-end. In this article, I share a version of Ionic Realty connecting to a Salesforce back-end instead of a Node.js back-end. The Ionic application uses OAuth and the Salesforce REST services to access data. – Learn more at Christophe Coenraets