Author Archives: Matt Kremer

Today, we’re thrilled to announce Web Previews in Appflow, the easiest way to share what you’re working on with coworkers, stakeholders, and more. Unfamiliar with Appflow? It’s a mobile DevOps solution by Ionic that makes it easy to continuously build, deploy, and update mobile app experiences across iOS, Android, and the web. With Appflow, you […]

When it comes to choosing a cross-platform development approach, it can be difficult to know where to begin. Frequently, we’re asked by teams who are comparing frameworks to explain how Ionic stacks up against React Native, Xamarin, and others in our space. Often, the expectation is that all of these frameworks work similarly and the […]

Two weeks ago, I decided to make a companion app for the popular game, Pokemon GO. While my days were spent working on new products at Ionic (like Identity Vault), my early mornings, nights, and weekends were spent hacking on GO Ranger. Here’s what happened: Day 1: I was live on Firebase Hosting as a […]

Today I’m excited to announce a new product that the Ionic team has been working hard on over the last few months: Ionic Identity Vault. Identity Vault improves frontend security for any of your Ionic apps by making it easy to add secure biometric authentication in minutes, using the latest in native security best practices. […]

As many of you know, Ionic View was removed from the App Store by Apple last month. We quickly appealed the decision, and after waiting a number of weeks, have finally been able to communicate with Apple and have more information we can share. Unfortunately, Apple has decided to take a new stance against any […]

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 […]

When you’re developing a new product, it’s easy to get consumed in the day-to-day decisions and forget about the two most important things: Can users figure out how to use the product? Would they actually want to use the product — and if not, why not? If your users can’t use the product, or don’t […]

As some of you know, we quietly released a new version of our cloud platform, Ionic Pro, back in August. We built Pro to make life easier for developers, by simplifying each phase of the dev lifecycle – from design and testing, to tracking errors and shipping hot code updates. Ionic Pro helps speed up […]

We’re happy to announce that Ionic Creator now supports Ionic 3 ZIP exports! Now you can drag-and-drop your own custom starter templates right in the browser, and then download a real functioning Ionic 3 project to continue programming locally.

One of the most highly requested components in Creator has been the Google Maps component, and I’m pleased to let everyone know it’s finally here!

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