Author Archives: Rodrigo Fernández

This is a guest post by Rodrigo Fernández @FdezRomero, Full-stack Javascript Developer, Ionic contributor, and co-organizer of the Ionic Madrid meetup group. — One of the most distinctive features of Ionic is its long-term use and support of web standards, even more so now with Ionic 4, which uses Web Components under the hood. This […]

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 […]