Author Archives: Mike Hartington

Alright, folks, this is it, the final days before Ioniconf 2021. We’ve introduced our first and second sets of speakers already, so let’s meet our final four speakers for this year’s Ioniconf.

Earlier this month, we announced our entire lineup of speakers at Ioniconf 2021. In addition, we also highlighted four of our speakers. Well, I’m back again to talk about four more of our amazing speakers. Let’s get to know more folks from the community who will be joining us for this year’s Ioniconf. Alan Montgomery […]

Last year we held our first-ever conference for Ionic developers and the wider developer community. With twelve speakers from the developer community and an opening keynote from our own Max Lynch (Co-Founder & CEO), Ioniconf 2020 was a smashing success. That is why we are incredibly excited to hold Ioniconf again this year, bringing in […]

This is part three of a new series on monorepos. By the end of the series, you’ll have the tools you need to adopt monorepo setups in your organization. Rounding out our series on monorepos, we take a look at an old friend, but a newcomer to the monorepo game, npm. Npm has long been […]

Today I’m happy to share that Ionic’s starter projects now ship with modern linting, powered by ESLint. This gives us a consistent linting tool across all project types, but also removes a deprecated dependency. Let’s dive in and rewind the clock to 2018. Sunsetting TSLint If you were looking for a linting tool for a […]

When we think about building apps, we’re typically talking about one app, one git repo, and one build output. However, this one-app-one-repo setup is not always reflective of the real world experience of developers. Oftentimes, organizations will make use of a single repository with every app, component, library that could be used being developed there. […]

Every app at some point will need to tackle one of the most contentious subjects in front end development: State Management. If you ask ten different developers how to manage state in an app, you’ll most likely get ten different answers, as everyone can have a slightly different approach if they were to build their […]

Here at Ionic, we’re big fans of TypeScript. Back when we were working on Ionic Framework 2.0, we made the move to go all in on TypeScript and haven’t looked back. When we shipped Ionic React, we made sure it used TypeScript out of the box and wrote about how to use TypeScript in a […]

When we announced Capacitor 3.0 beta last week, one of the biggest changes we mentioned was around the core Capacitor APIs. All officially supported plugins are now installed and versioned separately from Capacitor core. While this may seem like a pretty drastic change, the migration is fairly straight forward. With these changes, developers actually have […]

Hey folks! Hope everyone is feeling well rested and ready for a new year! To kick things off, I’m thrilled to share our latest Ionic Show episode! Adam, Liam, and myself were joined by Vue Core team members Evan and Eduardo to discuss all things Vue 3, Vue Router, and everything in between. Check it […]

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