Author Archives: Adam Bradley

Today I am thrilled to announce the 1.0.0 release of Stencil—or what we’re calling “Stencil One.” 🎉 Last week at JSConf EU, we had the pleasure of announcing the Stencil One final release on stage, just a few weeks after we released the beta. Now I’m excited to go in-depth and explain what this moment […]

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 […]

We’re thrilled to announce that the release candidate for Ionic 4.0 (codenamed “Neutronium”) has shipped! This release brings many performance improvements and bug fixes for issues in our alpha and beta releases, along with (and most importantly) stabilizing the API and paving the way for the final version of 4.0, expected in early 2019.

Today, I’m thrilled to announce the beta release of the best version of Ionic Framework yet: Ionic 4.0.0-beta.0! 🎉 Representing over a year’s worth of work, Ionic 4 brings significant performance and build time improvements, powerful theming capabilities, multi-framework compatibility, brand new documentation, and so much more to the Framework you know and love. And, […]

Remember how easy it was to select a specific date from an HTML input? Or when you had that great experience with JavaScript’s Date object? Or that large project where you had no troubles dealing with timezones? Me either. I think the best way to describe the experience comes from a Stack Overflow comment stating, […]

Over the past several months, the Ionic team has been hard at work on the next generation of Ionic. We took everything we learned from building Ionic 1 and made significant improvements to the way Ionic apps look, how they perform, and their ability to adapt to future technology shifts. If you’ve been paying close […]

Last week at ng-conf, we announced Ionic RC0, which includes several new features about which we’re really excited. The first one, a feature near and dear to my heart, is Swipe to Go Back. Ionic now uses interactive transitions, rather than just static animations. Swipe to Go Back works the same way the back button […]

Update: Collection Repeat has been replaced by Virtual Scroll in Ionic 3+. Collection repeat is Ionic’s buttery-smooth solution for scrolling huge lists. Inspired by iOS’s UITableView, we switch out elements as the user scrolls, so that only the minimum necessary elements are rendered. We released our first version of collection repeat last year and have […]

A commonly requested feature from the community has been the Popover, which we’re happy to now have included within Ionic v1.0.0-beta.11. A popover is a view that floats above an app’s content, except it stays attached to the element that opens up the popover. The popover content is usually emitted from a button, an action, […]

If you’ve been following Ionic since we launched, or even reviewing our nightly commit log, you’ll know just how hard we’ve been working to continue to improve Ionic. In the short time since our Alpha release a few months ago, we’ve seen some great apps being built, and have been amazed by the passion and […]

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