After a brief hiatus, our Bet on the Web podcast is back with a new episode. This time, we’re chatting with David Dal Busco, the creator of DeckDeckGo and organizer of the Ionic Zurich meetup group.

PhoneGap (and later Adobe PhoneGap & Apache Cordova) emerged back in 2009 as a major evolution in app development. It allowed web developers like myself to reapply their web skills to create native mobile experiences for Android, iOS, and other platforms. In fact, I’ve been a long-time PhoneGap developer that loves the platform’s power and […]

A few weeks ago, we announced the beta of our official React support, making it possible for developers to build quality apps for mobile, desktop, and the web using React and standard web development techniques. Predictably, we’ve gotten a few questions from the community wondering about Ionic React and how it’s different from React Native, […]

When it comes to hybrid app development, there are often some lingering misconceptions among those who are less familiar with the landscape. Also, many of the worries that persist about hybrid app dev were born out of issues that arose in its infancy stages, but no longer apply as much to the technology today. Thankfully, […]

Today, it’s typical when searching for mobile development solutions to stumble upon head-to-head comparison articles like Native vs. Cross-platform or Full-Code vs. No-Code, etc., which more often than not showcase common information like performance reviews and feature checklists. While the above information is certainly helpful, as most enterprise decision-makers know, finding the key information needed […]

Have you ever been on your laptop, late in the evening and just thought, “My eyes sure are tired”? Speaking for myself, this happens quite a bit and I find that the bright white background of most sites tends to be the main cause. This isn’t just a musing or my own idea, there are […]

This post is contributed by Kevin Ports, designer and front-end developer at Ionic. He’s passionate about pixels, code, and the space in between. If you’re building a handful of apps in a startup or small business, delivering a consistent user experience across teams and projects is relatively easy. But if you represent a global corporation […]

A few months ago, we wrote about the release of Chrome 70, its slew of new features, and what this update meant for the future progressive web apps (PWAs). To quickly recap, Chrome 70’s release allowed PWAs to be installed on a user’s device via the browser, much like a native app with new features […]

Getting ready to kick off your next mobile application project and not sure whether to build a native mobile app or a Progressive Web App? This guide is for you! At Ionic, we are fans of both traditional mobile apps (the kind you download from the app stores and install on your device) and Progressive […]

When it comes to choosing a cross-platform development approach, it can be difficult to know where to begin. Frequently, we’re asked by teams who are comparing frameworks to explain how Ionic stacks up against React Native, Xamarin, and others in our space. Often, the expectation is that all of these frameworks work similarly and the […]

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