Author Archives: Mike Hartington

Ioniconf is coming up fast & we hope you can join us on May 25th for our 3rd-ever community conference. We have some amazing speakers lined up to deliver learning sessions and lightning talks. Today, we wanted to give you a sneak peek at our lineup of lightning talks taking place this year. If you […]

An event so nice, we’ve decided to run it thrice! That’s right, everybody, ioniconf is back again for 2022. Today, I’m thrilled to introduce you to your ioniconf 2022 speakers who will be speaking on various topics related to the Ionic ecosystem, web technologies, and even some native technologies as well! Be sure to register […]

As a Developer Advocate, a common question or comment I hear from folks is, “My app is slow. How can I fix it?” While this may seem like a clear or concise question, it’s quite complex and can lead to a lot of back and forth about the app in question. Given that I’ve been […]

Historically, when working with Ionic/Capacitor, the CLI is the main interface developers use to invoke various functions. Want to build your app? Want to add a platform? What about deploying to the simulator? All this is made possible by Ionic and Capacitor CLIs. Well, today we’re thrilled to announce a new extension for Visual Studio […]

Hey folks! We hope you are doing well and hope you got a chance to tune in to our recent Ionic Show. In case you missed it, you can watch it below: Want the TL;DR? Sure thing, we’ve got a nice recap of what we discussed and launched in our Ionic Show. Let’s jump into […]

What’s that? There’s a new Datetime component in Ionic? Well, not entirely, but given the massive overhaul it went through, you wouldn’t be mistaken for thinking that. With version 6.0.0 of Ionic, we spent a lot of time updating the Datetime component based on feedback from the community. We also updated the component’s design to […]

Hey folks! In case you missed it, we hosted a stream on YouTube today all about Ionic 6. Lead Framework Engineer Liam DeBeasi showed us all the new features and component redesigns that came with Ionic 6, as well as what users can expect in the future. I also walked through the process of upgrading […]

If you ask anyone who knows me, they would say my favorite framework for building apps is Angular. While I do like React and Vue as well, Angular to me has always felt like home. I feel the most productive when working in Angular and the most confident in the code I write. But it’s […]

Since we shipped our 4.0 version of Ionic Angular, Ionic has provided a core package called@ionic/angular-toolkit. This package provides two features for Angular apps: A collection of schematics for generating new pages/routes as well as components with Ionic already imported A collection of builders for Cordova based apps. Now, Angular Toolkit has reached a point […]

The following is guest blog post from Pato Vargas, Developer Advocate at OneSignal. It’s no secret that push notifications can help you engage and retain app users. This tutorial will show you how to integrate with OneSignal to leverage push notifications in your ReactJS app.

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