Author Archives: Max Lynch

Every production mobile app ultimately has a set of recurring tasks around integration, testing, deployment, and long term maintenance. These tasks often must be automated across a team of many developers and app projects. Building a process for these tasks can be incredibly time consuming and require specialized infrastructure experience, but is critical for the […]

As the world tries to make sense of the rapidly evolving COVID-19 outbreak and ensuing social and economic crisis, developers in the Ionic community are leading the charge to inform and help the public. In the last few weeks, we’ve been made aware of many efforts across the world by Ionic developers to build useful […]

As Ionic grows to power over 10% of the Apple App Store and 15% of the Google Play Store, the core functionality available to developers through Ionic’s Native APIs and Solutions must also grow. We’re currently looking for Native iOS and Android engineers who are interested in building open source and commercial Native solutions for […]

I recently started a personal Ionic Insiders newsletter where I dive deep into Ionic related topics in a less formal setting (consider subscribing if you’re interested!) One of my first posts is a deep dive into Capacitor, Ionic’s new Native API and Web View layer. If you’re interested in the genesis and philosophy of the […]

Over the next few weeks we’re going to open up several positions. I wanted to quickly expand on what those roles entail and what the day to do day looks like, and also share some insight into what we do here at Ionic day in and day out! We’re going to start with sales engineering […]

I am incredibly excited to announce that Ionic has raised an additional $6M in funding, lead by pre Arthur Ventures, and with General Catalyst participating. This brings Ionic’s total funding to $18M from some wonderful investors. I’d like to first thank our investors and advisors for your support in this process and your belief in […]

Today Google announced the shuttering of their App Maker product, a no-code app building tool focused on helping business users build simple apps around a primarily no-code drag and drop and data modeling experience. While many will see this as yet another nail in the coffin of Google’s enterprise-ready reputation, I see it as a […]

Happy New Year Ionites! 2019 was a huge year for Ionic. We released new products (open source and commercial), shipped updates to our existing products, added so many wonderful customers, and continued to build the foundation to scale Ionic into a much larger business. Here’s a recap of everything that happened last year and what […]

Note: In this post, I’m using “Mobile First” to refer to the business concept of launching an app before a web experience, not the responsive web design use of the term. For app startups, nothing is more critical than user adoption. Unfortunately, today’s app stores are hyper competitive places, and it’s nearly impossible to stand […]

Today we’re thrilled to announce the general availability of Ionic React, a native React version of Ionic Framework that makes it easy to build apps for iOS, Android, Desktop, and the web as a Progressive Web App. All with one code base, standard React development patterns, and using the standard react-dom library and huge ecosystem […]

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