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In case you missed it, last week we gave a live presentation on the top Cordova challenges and the best strategies to overcome them. During that discussion, Ionic’s Senior Product Evangelist, Matt Netkow, and I dug into the top challenges that development teams face when working with Cordova to unlock native features in a hybrid […]

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 […]

Ionic Deploy has opened up a new realm of possibilities by allowing you to push updates to your users instantly. The days of bug fixes sitting in Production while you wait for App Store approval are over. You can deploy bug fixes as fast as you can program them, and release new features at the […]

Skeleton screens… You might think they sound a little scary and or that they’re hard to implement, but what if I told you that they are actually quite simple to make. Once added to your app, skeleton screens become an awesome feature to make your app feel incredibly fast. When building an app, you’re always […]

At Ionic, we’re always looking for ways to enable developers to build amazing apps faster and easier than ever before. Today we’re announcing something totally new to bring a nice improvement to your mobile development workflow: Ionic DevApp. DevApp is a 100% free mobile app for iOS and Android that makes it easy to test […]

I was boarding my flight from Boston to Madison the other day when my phone buzzed. At first, I assumed it was just another push notification I’ve been meaning to turn off. But it was actually my Delta Airlines app telling me that my bags had just been loaded onto my flight after a tight […]