Today we are announcing some changes to the open source ionic-native project, namely that community member Daniel Sogl will be taking it over and it will be renamed awesome-cordova-plugins. There are a bunch of other details, however, so read on to learn more about this change and why we’re making it:

One of the most important and least understood engineering roles here at Ionic is that of the Sales Engineer (also known as a Solutions Consultant). It’s a technical role that is critical to Ionic and many other technology companies, but one that very few professional engineers are aware of. Sales Engineering is a role that […]

Take a look at the month view of a calendar and you will see several rows of numbers. The numbers themselves, increasing in value one after the other, are arranged in columns. HTML and CSS provide us with a number of tools to display content in rows and columns. Making a calendar component should be […]

Hello Friends! We know everyone is excited about the new features in Ionic Framework 6.0 beta, but that doesn’t mean we’re done with V5! In Ionic React 5.6, we packaged up a new set of hooks for controlling our overlay components that we think you might like. What is an overlay you ask? It’s the […]

This is part two of a new series on monorepos. By the end of the series, you’ll have the tools you need to adopt monorepo setups in your organization. Between sharing code, managing dependencies across projects, and more, monorepos can require a lot of investment to get right. Thankfully, there are many different tools out […]

This is part one of a new series on monorepos. By the end of the series, you’ll have the tools you need to adopt monorepo setups in your organization. Building and maintaining multiple development projects comes with a unique set of problems teams need to solve. How do you share common bits of code between […]

When we announced Capacitor 3.0 beta last week, one of the biggest changes we mentioned was around the core Capacitor APIs. All officially supported plugins are now installed and versioned separately from Capacitor core. While this may seem like a pretty drastic change, the migration is fairly straight forward. With these changes, developers actually have […]

(Photo by Jon Flobrant on Unsplash) It’s a hard truth every software developer faces at some point: consistent Internet access is never guaranteed. WiFi is available everywhere nowadays, but service can be spotty or overloaded with connection requests (such as at large events or conferences). And, you can’t stop your users from accessing your app […]

This is a guest post from Simon Grimm, Ionic Developer Expert and educator at the Ionic Academy. Simon also created the Practical Ionic book, a guide to building real world Ionic applications with Capacitor and Firebase. Since Ionic 5 we got access to a great Animations and Gestures utility API, which can help to add […]

Exciting times all around! Last week the Angular team shipped their latest major release, version 11.0.0 🎉 .This update includes some great improvements to the great Angular ecosystem, so let’s go over some what this means for you as an Ionic developer. Before we dive into things, let’s go over how to update to this […]

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