Author Archives: Mike Hartington

When we announced Ioniconf a few weeks ago, we were thrilled to see the response and sign-ups from all of our community members. I mean, we didn’t even say who was speaking at the event, so thanks for being so enthusiastic! But now we’re ready to share who is speaking at Ioniconf…so without further ado…here […]

The following is a guest post from our friends over at URLgenius, a cloud-based service for helping apps manage deep links to other apps. The post covers why you might want to consider URLgenius for your app, providing a great real-world example for how they’ve helped From Seed to Spoon provide a great user experience. […]

It’s finally happening! The moment that’s been talked about, questioned, speculated, humbly requested, not so humbly requested, and otherwise called for by many a community member …the first-ever Ionic conference. You heard it right, folks. Announcing Ioniconf 2020! Ioniconf 2020 is an all digital event taking place June 24th (t-minus 34 days and counting) from […]

It seems that any time Apple releases something there is bound to be some noise regarding it. This time, it’s in regards to browser storage and Apple’s recent proclamation that such data will be deleted after 7 days. Well let’s break this down and see what this really means for developers. Let me start by […]

There’s no shortage of fantastic hosting providers these days. If you’re looking to deploy a web app, you really can’t pick wrong. But there are a few that stand out as being the best hosting solution for Progressive Web Apps. Today we’re going to look at how to deploy an Ionic React app to Vercel […]

So, Angular universal is a thing… And it seems it is something you all have been very excited about for some time. Since I tweeted about this some time ago, it’s been one of the top 3 most common questions asked of us (right behind “when’s Ionic Vue going to be ready”). Well I did […]

TL;DR, we’re re-releasing the CLI package under a new name, @ionic/cli! To update, first you will need to uninstall the old CLI package. $ npm uninstall -g ionic $ npm install -g @ionic/cli You will still interact with the CLI via ionic command, just how the CLI is installed has changed. And now, on with […]

The Release Candidate for Ionic 5.0.0 is finally here 🎉🎉! As you’ve probably heard already, Ionic 5 will bring major design updates and lots of exciting new features to the Framework. We’ve been working on it for exactly a year now (today is the anniversary of Ionic 4) and now we’re excited to share this […]

One of the biggest updates in the pipeline right now is the upcoming release of Angular 9.0.0. Currently in RC, Angular 9.0 will hopefully ship early next year. But this release includes so much that I thought it required a post to highlight some of the most important updates. Now for Ionic devs, why should […]

With the launch of Ionic React a few weeks back, the reception from the community has been incredible. We’re thrilled that so many of you are excited to use Ionic React, and I myself was excited to try React a bit more. Given that I spend most of my time with Angular, it was fun […]

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