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Do you use VS Code for Ionic and Angular development? Chances are good that you do. It’s a little app from the unlikeliest of companies that is becoming a big deal. At its core, VS Code (Code from here on), is a code editor that is free, open source, runs on multiple platforms, and has […]

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 […]

In case you missed it, last week we offered a live walkthrough of Ionic Enterprise Edition, the premier and supported version of everything you need to build native-powered apps with Ionic. During that discussion, Ionic’s IEE Product Manager, Matt Kremer, and I dug into the top challenges that enterprise development teams face when building mission-critical […]

We are excited to announce that our first feature release after Ionic 4.0 is out now! In keeping true to using code names from the periodic table of elements, Ionic 4.1 is named Hydrogen (after the initial release of Neutronium). We have some exciting new features to share in this release, so let’s dive right […]

Nothing strikes fear into the hearts of developers quite like being told their app is slow. Because of this, great pains are taken to optimize the loading and startup performance in our apps. The techniques we use have changed over the years, but the good news is that a lot of the heavy lifting is […]

We’re thrilled to have recently announced the release of Ionic’s fourth major version, and its ability to work across all frameworks (or with no framework at all). We’ve been overwhelmed with the positive feedback, and so far 4.0 has exceeded our expectations of what’s been possible with a rewrite. So, with the official Ionic Framework […]

Today, we’re excited to announce that Ionic React is now available in beta! Take a read below to understand more about this release and how to get started building with Ionic and React. A Quick History If you are familiar with Ionic Framework, you more than likely associate it with Angular. Historically, your assumption would […]

At Ionic, we are big fans of TypeScript and use it in several of our important projects, including Ionic Framework, Stencil, Studio, and AppFlow. We find TypeScript beneficial for a number of reasons, but mostly because it helps us scale our large (and fairly complex) codebases in many areas, including: Catching bugs before build time […]

This is a guest post from Simon Grimm, Ionic Developer Expert and educator at the Ionic Academy. Simon also writes about Ionic frequently on his blog Devdactic. In this tutorial we will look at the new navigation system inside Ionic Framework 4.0 to learn how to use the powerful CLI, to understand how your Ionic […]

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 […]

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