Author Archives: Ely Lucas

It’s 2020, and the testing frameworks for JavaScript applications have improved dramatically over the past few years. Thanks to tools like Jest and React Testing Library, you can be testing your apps with a few lines of code. Have you been looking into testing an Ionic React project, but not sure where to start? In […]

Ionic React Hooks has been renamed and moved to the Capacitor Community org: @capacitor-community/react-hooks Last month we announced Ionic React, and have been blown away by the reception from both the Ionic community as well as the React community. Today, we are excited to launch a companion project to Ionic React that makes tying into […]

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 […]

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 […]

“I’m so happy because today 4.3 is out” We got a 🔥 release today with fantastic updates to the Toast component as well as some much-desired bug fixes. Let’s dig in.

Introduction Welcome to the first post in a new series we’re kicking off all about building a full stack TypeScript app using Ionic, Angular and NestJS. TypeScript is a powerful language that is a superset of JavaScript, with some additional features added to help build out large scale applications. One of my favorite features of […]

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.

Do you use VS Code for Ionic and Angular development? Chances are good that you do. It’s a little app from the unlikeliest of companies that is becoming a big deal. At its core, VS Code (Code from here on), is a code editor that is free, open source, runs on multiple platforms, and has […]

Nothing strikes fear into the hearts of developers quite like being told their app is slow. Because of this, great pains are taken to optimize the loading and startup performance in our apps. The techniques we use have changed over the years, but the good news is that a lot of the heavy lifting is […]

At Ionic, we are big fans of TypeScript and use it in several of our important projects, including Ionic Framework, Stencil, Studio, and AppFlow. We find TypeScript beneficial for a number of reasons, but mostly because it helps us scale our large (and fairly complex) codebases in many areas, including: Catching bugs before build time […]

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