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Every production mobile app ultimately has a set of recurring tasks around integration, testing, deployment, and long term maintenance. These tasks often must be automated across a team of many developers and app projects. Building a process for these tasks can be incredibly time consuming and require specialized infrastructure experience, but is critical for the […]

Today I’m excited to announce the addition of GitLab integration with Ionic Appflow. Now you can easily connect your GitLab code repositories to Appflow to manage native app builds, deploy to app stores, and update your apps over time. Haven’t used Appflow before? It’s a mobile DevOps solution that makes it easy to continuously build, […]

We’ve just published a new Appflow guide covering how to transfer your PhoneGap Build-based application to Ionic Appflow. Check it out here. The past few years have seen the rise of build-in-the-cloud services. Why? To put it mildly, not everyone enjoys setting up and maintaining build systems to compile their native mobile applications. As just […]

Update: The publish to app stores feature is now available on all paid Appflow plans! 🎉 Upgrade your plan from the Appflow dashboard’s Subscriptions page. Today the Appflow team put the finishing touches on a brand new feature that we’ve been working on for almost a year. It’s possibly the most anticipated Appflow feature since […]

Today we’re excited to introduce support for Capacitor to Ionic Appflow, covering all features such as cloud-based native builds, real-time updates, and CI/CD automation. If you’re already a user of Appflow and Capacitor, feel free to skip down to the section below, Setting Up Capacitor, for instructions on how to get started. Ionic Appflow is […]

The end of the year is a great time to reflect on the last twelve months and to start getting excited for the coming twelve. In many ways, 2018 was a pivotal year for Ionic, both on the open source side and for the company as a whole. On the open source side, the Ionic […]

Earlier this week, many Android/Google/Firebase libraries were unpublished from JCenter, causing any builds that depended on these libraries to fail across the board. This impacted a number of community members and Ionic users. But, thanks to the quick efforts of our team, anyone using Ionic Appflow was safeguarded. We were able to find a workaround […]