Ionic exists to empower developers. It packs the most essential UI features into easy-to-use, lightweight, performant components that help you build your hybrid mobile app. In the course of building Ionic, we had to make decisions about what to include and what to leave out. Should we bake a custom calendar interface into Ionic? How […]
nce upon a time, the Web Wizard was befuddled. “How can I add scroll-based features without scrolling events?” he muddled. Try as he might, he couldn’t get fake events right, so he called his advisors together for a huddle. “Scrolling’s complicated,” he stated. “The reasons to avoid JS scrolling have faded.” So JS scrolling was […]
Now that Apple’s new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are on the scene, developers must consider new screen resolutions when building iOS apps. Ionic’s styles are fully responsive out of the box, so there’s no issue there. However, when testing an app on a shiny new iPhone 6, your app will look slightly blurry by […]
For a while now, we’ve wanted to update Pull To Refresh in Ionic. It worked, but it wasn’t exciting, and since it’s a goal of ours at Ionic to make every component as enjoyable to use as it can be, we decided it was time for a change. Here’s some of the lessons in semiotics […]
Today, I’m excited to introduce a better way for all our awesome community members and contributors to submit Ionic issues: Submit An Issue. Many of the issue submissions on GitHub are closely related to existing issues, so to streamline the process and make the interface more user-friendly, we changed our issue submission form.