Why hello there! It’s been quite a bit of time since we’ve last talked. I hope everything is going great on your end! We’ve got something very serious to talk about. We have an issue…with GitHub issues.
You may have noticed that we haven’t done a great job addressing GitHub issues lately. We’ve heard your concerns loud and clear and we want to let you know:
- We’re not ignoring you and we’re sorry for not communicating that to you.
- While the Master branch has been very quiet, we’ve been actively working on a different branch.
As many of you know, the entire team has been heads down working towards one major goal: the release of Ionic Angular v4. This has been a massive undertaking for our team since this represents a complete refactoring of the Ionic internals. Don’t worry though, this does not mean you’ll be dealing with a major rewrite of your app, like going from 1.0 to 2.x. There have been some changes in the markup, but these are necessary in order to work with the new Ionic components.
So let’s go over a few things about Ionic 4.