Today I am thrilled to announce the 4.0 release of Ionic Framework, lovingly known as “Ionic for Everyone.” 🎉 Ionic 4 represents the culmination of more than two years of research and hard work transforming Ionic from “mobile for Angular” into a powerful UI Design System and app framework for every web developer in the […]
We’re excited to share with you the results of our second annual Ionic Developer Survey with input from more than 10,000 community members. The full dataset is available to view here alongside our own insights and analysis. But before we dive in, we just wanted to say how much we appreciate the community for your […]
We’re thrilled to announce that the release candidate for Ionic 4.0 (codenamed “Neutronium”) has shipped! This release brings many performance improvements and bug fixes for issues in our alpha and beta releases, along with (and most importantly) stabilizing the API and paving the way for the final version of 4.0, expected in early 2019.
Whether you’re a lead engineer, an architect, or the head of application development, when you commit to a development stack, you’re putting a lot on the line. Time, people, money, and maybe even your reputation. Choosing one development approach over another is not just about your personal preference–it’s about risk. When considering Ionic for a […]
If you’re building apps in an enterprise environment, you’ve probably experienced the growing divide between the number of mobile use cases identified for development, and the capacity of the development team to deliver. Some teams have as many as 50-60 apps waiting for development. Of course, a big selling point of Ionic is that we […]
Like most dev teams, you’re probably on some form of an agile cadence, releasing working versions of your code every 1-2 weeks. In fact, most teams have it down pretty well by now: Backlog grooming, thorough sprint planning, velocity reviews and retros—the whole nine yards. But, how often are you actually shipping these updates to […]
👋 if you’re new here, Capacitor is the latest project from the team behind Ionic Framework that provides an abstraction on top of Native SDKs so you can write modern web apps and access any Native SDK through a cross-platform, portable layer. Capacitor apps work on iOS, Android, Electron, and the web as a PWA.
Last week, we gave the first official preview of Vue support for Ionic Framework at VueConf Toronto. Our very own Josh Thomas (@jthoms1) shared some insight into the first alpha release of @ionic/vue and why we think Vue + Ionic Framework makes a perfect match for developers. But before we dive into the nitty-gritty of […]
A bet on the web is a bet you can’t lose. This has long been our mantra at Ionic. Whether it’s our love for PWAs or web components, we’re continuing to double down on the web as we head into 2019. And today, we’re happy to announce that two Ionic faves, yours truly and Mike […]
Today, I’m thrilled to announce the beta release of the best version of Ionic Framework yet: Ionic 4.0.0-beta.0! 🎉 Representing over a year’s worth of work, Ionic 4 brings significant performance and build time improvements, powerful theming capabilities, multi-framework compatibility, brand new documentation, and so much more to the Framework you know and love. And, […]