With the launch of Ionic React a few weeks back, the reception from the community has been incredible. We’re thrilled that so many of you are excited to use Ionic React, and I myself was excited to try React a bit more. Given that I spend most of my time with Angular, it was fun […]
Today we’re thrilled to announce the general availability of Ionic React, a native React version of Ionic Framework that makes it easy to build apps for iOS, Android, Desktop, and the web as a Progressive Web App. All with one code base, standard React development patterns, and using the standard react-dom library and huge ecosystem […]
Today we are excited to announce that the Release Candidate for Ionic React has launched and is now available! We released the first Beta of Ionic React in February, and since then, we have received a ton of feedback and contributions from the community. Based on this feedback, we have been working to make Ionic […]
We’re halfway through 2019, and I thought it would be a good time to take a step back and share a bit about what is going on at Ionic the company. We don’t often talk about the “business side” of Ionic, at least not in the way that we do our open source stuff. Part […]
Welcome to part two of the Full-stack TypeScript with Ionic and NestJS series! In part one of the series, we went over the benefits of using TypeScript on both the client and server, shared an introduction to NestJS, and built a simple app, that’s already up and running, called GoSpaceRanger. So far in GoSpaceRanger, we […]
Ionic 4.2 is upon us, and with it, so is our second feature release of Ionic 4! This release is codenamed Helium, after the second element in the periodic table of elements.
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 […]
Hey there, friends! We’re back at it again with a new beta release of Ionic 4, Beta 15. This release includes several new changes that we thought would be great to talk about, so let’s jump right into it!
It lurks in the shadows…creating hidden trees…playing by a set of its own rules…it’s… SHADOW DOM! But, what exactly is Shadow DOM? Put simply, Shadow DOM is an API that is part of the Web Component model. It helps to isolate component internals, protecting users from breaking changes and global CSS. I’d like to think […]