Author Archives: Thomas Vidas

Today we’re excited to announce a new, open-source Capacitor plugin: @capacitor/google-maps. With @capacitor/google-maps, you can embed a native Google maps experience directly into your Capacitor app. Let’s take a quick look at the Google Maps plugin API and how you can add a map to your app.

Hello there! 👋 You’ve been tasked with finding the next platform to build your mobile app on and realized that Ionic makes some great tools for developers like you. Maybe you’ve already read our other post about choosing Ionic but your company already has a design system to adhere to. Choosing Capacitor in an enterprise […]

Today, I’m excited to share with you new mobile app templates for Capacitor and SolidJS. Solid is a newer frontend framework that has been gaining popularity recently. In the 2021 State of JS survey, Solid had a 90% satisfaction rate as well as excellent starter templates that we can build upon. With Capacitor, developers can […]

At Ionic, we love our open-source community. There are great, open-source Capacitor plugins being built and used every day. Today, I wanted to showcase some excellent, community-maintained plugins on the Capacitor Community GitHub organization.