July 2019 Update: Stencil One is here! Today, we’re thrilled to announce the release of Stencil 1.0 beta (what we’re calling Stencil One), featuring an all-new compiler architecture. It is not only able to better optimize your components, but is designed to be completely future-proof.
If you’ve been following the news in the React ecosystem, you’ve likely heard about the new React Hooks API available in React v16.8. Hooks expose React features like state and context to functional, or non-class components. They also make it easier to share “stateful logic” between components, such as accessing data in a store, without […]
Welcome to part two of the Full-stack TypeScript with Ionic and NestJS series! In part one of the series, we went over the benefits of using TypeScript on both the client and server, shared an introduction to NestJS, and built a simple app, that’s already up and running, called GoSpaceRanger. So far in GoSpaceRanger, we […]
In case you missed it, last week we gave a live presentation on the top Cordova challenges and the best strategies to overcome them. During that discussion, Ionic’s Senior Product Evangelist, Matt Netkow, and I dug into the top challenges that development teams face when working with Cordova to unlock native features in a hybrid […]
Do you use VS Code for Ionic and Angular development? Chances are good that you do. It’s a little app from the unlikeliest of companies that is becoming a big deal. At its core, VS Code (Code from here on), is a code editor that is free, open source, runs on multiple platforms, and has […]
Have you ever been on your laptop, late in the evening and just thought, “My eyes sure are tired”? Speaking for myself, this happens quite a bit and I find that the bright white background of most sites tends to be the main cause. This isn’t just a musing or my own idea, there are […]
We’re thrilled to announce that the release candidate for Ionic 4.0 (codenamed “Neutronium”) has shipped! This release brings many performance improvements and bug fixes for issues in our alpha and beta releases, along with (and most importantly) stabilizing the API and paving the way for the final version of 4.0, expected in early 2019.
👋 if you’re new here, Capacitor is the latest project from the team behind Ionic Framework that provides an abstraction on top of Native SDKs so you can write modern web apps and access any Native SDK through a cross-platform, portable layer. Capacitor apps work on iOS, Android, Electron, and the web as a PWA.