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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 we first launched the product (originally called “Ionic Pro”) back in summer 2017, and the one we’re most excited about personally: the ability to publish […]

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Earlier this week, many Android/Google/Firebase libraries were unpublished from JCenter, causing any builds that depended on these libraries to fail across the board.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 […]