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In case you missed Max’s tweet the other day, on May 29th our official GitHub organization name is now ionic-team on Github! 🔥

Some kittens organizing themselves into formatted modules Howdy folks! In our last blog post we discussed how to configure an app to lazy load pages. In this post we’ll discuss how to better organize the rest of our app to operate with lazy loading; specifically the UI Components, Directives and Pipes.

We like giving our developers opportunities to do cool things with Ionic. Since today is Star Wars Day, we want you to Become an Ionic Jedi Hackster (hackathon) for a chance to win the Archon v2.1 Lightsaber from UltraSabers.com!

Hi there folks! When we were working on release 3.0.0, our main goal was to add lazy loading to the framework and make it as easy as possible. While we are still labeling lazy loading as a beta/non-default setting, many developers who are adding lazy loading to their apps are asking question regarding best practices […]

We are so excited to announce the release of Ionic 3.0! This version jump may worry some of you, but don’t let it! The required changes to go from 2.x.x to 3.0.x are minimal. We got you! 🙂 But… why 3.0? Remember when we said this in our Ionic 2.0.0 final blog: What’s next? Ionic […]

Sani Yusuf is a freelance Ionic developer and the co-organizer of Ionic UK, one of Ionic’s largest regional groups. The first thing a skeptic might ask about Ionic is how the company has achieved its impressive stats (over 27k Stars on Github, top TypeScript project on the web, and over 3 million apps started from […]

We’re testing a new, visual way to start Ionic apps. After updating to Ionic CLI 2.2.1 (released today), run ionic start without any arguments and you’ll greeted by a web-based wizard tool that guides you through creating your app, optionally creating an Ionic ID to use Ionic View and other services, and then launches your […]

2016 was a huge year for Ionic. We’ve posted a 2016 recap with some fun numbers and stats on our Medium blog. We hope you take a look, and here’s to a huge 2017! Thanks to everyone in the Ionic community for making this dream a reality.

This post was co-authored by Sean Senior and Leo Drakopoulos, AWS Solutions Architects. We’ve got a new solutions brief for building serverless mobile backend solutions on AWS and a step-by-step walkthrough for implementing this pattern, using the Ionic Framework on AWS Answers. Like other solutions on AWS Answers, this solution was built by AWS Solutions […]

When we launched Ionic 1, we provided a set of basic templates that helped developers get up and running with common mobile app layouts, such as tabs and side menu. While Ionic developers enjoyed these templates, in many cases we felt like we weren’t doing enough to share best practices or to help developers get […]

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