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This a guest post from Rodrigo Fernández, the CTO and co-founder of Savelist, an app that allows you to save and discover products from any online store, and get notified when prices or stock change. We have been using Ionic at Savelist since the first alpha versions, and always thought that one of its strongest […]

This is a guest post from Simon Grimm, speaker and educator at Ionic Academy. Simon writes about Ionic frequently on his blog Devdactic. With the development of Ionic apps comes the promise that your code will run on various platforms and screen sizes once it’s ready. While this can work and look fine on your […]

TL;DR Stencil is a JavaScript tool that enables you to build framework-independent and standards-compliant web components using technologies, such as TypeScript and JSX. Stencil provides APIs that makes writing fast components a breeze. These APIs — Virtual DOM, JSX, Async rendering and Reactive data-binding — equip developers with superpowers to create custom web components. Popular […]

Facebook has become one of the most used methods to get users to sign-in to your application, in today’s post we’ll set up the Facebook native plugin through Ionic Native. That way we can use the Facebook app to sign-in our users, instead of having them log in through a browser. To make things easier, […]

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 […]

Simon Reimler is a Software Developer helping mobile developers through online courses, books and consulting. Simon writes about Ionic frequently on his blog Devdactic. He also just released a book called Ionic 2: From Zero to App Store. It’s been some time since the first version of this post (actually it was February 2015), but […]

Scott Bolinger, the co-founder of AppPresser, has been working with mobile WordPress design and development for years. He is passionate about using WordPress in new, exciting ways and about transforming WordPress into a mobile app development platform. Ionic and WordPress have always gone well together. Ionic’s CEO, Max Lynch, has even called Ionic “WordPress for […]

Uri Goldshtein is a software developer at Meteor Development Group and frequently writes about Ionic on Meteor’s blog. A little over a year ago, I released the WhatsApp clone tutorial with Angular, Ionic, and Meteor. A year has passed, and a lot has happened—Angular 2.0 became stable, Ionic 2.0 entered its RC stage, and Meteor […]

Enrique Oriol is the CTO of a Barcelona-based startup and frequently writes about Ionic in Spanish on his blog, where this post originally appeared. He also teaches Ionic 2 at Udemy. In native apps (iOS, Android), views have a well structured lifecycle that allows you to perform actions on key points of their execution. Ionic […]

Ionic relies on the power of many command-line-interface tools (CLI) to start, build, test, and deploy Ionic apps. Unlike traditional desktop applications, CLI tools are small programs that perform various tasks in a way that makes them easy to use together, all without the complexities of having to build visual desktop apps for each program. […]

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