Anyone else feeling déjà vu? It feels like not too long ago we were launching the Ionic Vue beta built with Vue 2. Given that the release of Vue 3 is quickly approaching, we thought this would be a perfect time to start preparing Ionic Vue for launch. Today, I am thrilled to announce the […]

Android and iOS app binaries must be digitally signed with a certificate before they can be installed onto a user’s device. This is required so that users can be confident that the app publisher actually is who they say they are. For iOS applications, these are created on Apple’s developer portal, and can be regenerated. […]

Web browsers provide a variety of data primitives that web developers use to manage, manipulate, and store data – from plain text, to files, images, videos and more. However, using them correctly and effectively can be confusing. One such example is converting a base64 string to a blob using JavaScript. A blob represents binary data […]

This is a guest post from Simon Grimm, Ionic Developer Expert and educator at the Ionic Academy. Simon also recently released the book Practical Ionic, a guide to building real world Ionic applications. After my session during Ioniconf, there was a question about routing inside Ionic modals that came up during the Q&A. Because the […]

Hi there, I’m Eric Horodyski, the newest Solutions Architect here at Ionic. Before joining the team here, the previous five years of my professional career was spent as a Lead Developer building dozens of hybrid mobile applications, some in React Native, the others in Ionic. The interest in hybrid mobile development continued to grow within […]

Official support for CSS Shadow Parts in Ionic Framework has landed! Shadow parts make it easier to theme and customize Ionic Framework components. They replace the need for a large amount of CSS variables by adding the ability to target any CSS property on an element inside of a shadow tree. Why Shadow Parts? 🤔 […]

Let’s face it: the keyboard is a constant source of pain and frustration for users and developers. Much of this has to do with the limited control browsers provide with keyboards. For native apps, we’ve even gone as far as creating plugins to help ease the pain of keyboards. Thankfully, browser vendors have agreed that […]

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 […]

I recently started a personal Ionic Insiders newsletter where I dive deep into Ionic related topics in a less formal setting (consider subscribing if you’re interested!) One of my first posts is a deep dive into Capacitor, Ionic’s new Native API and Web View layer. If you’re interested in the genesis and philosophy of the […]

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