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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.

Today I’m excited to announce the addition of a new solution to Ionic’s official integration suite of native solutions: Zebra DataWedge. Powered by a simple, streamlined API, you can now integrate data captured from Zebra’s Android mobile computers with Capacitor-based Android apps. Start using the solution today or read on for more details.

Hey folks! We’re excited to announce the release of Capacitor 3.3.0! This release includes a bunch of awesome bug fixes, a new Capacitor project configuration tool, and a round of updates to our core plugins. In particular, the plugin updates include a highly requested feature that the community has been asking for! Let’s take a […]

Hey folks! Last month, I wrote a blog post showing how to get up and running with Ionic React and Realm to a lot of positive feedback! We’re so excited that all of you enjoyed it. Our friends over at Realm/MongoDB were so thrilled, they took the example app I put together and deployed the […]

Many developers need to script and automate the configuration of their Capacitor projects. For example, apps that generate multiple versions of themselves for whitelabeling, automated tooling that needs to update version and build numbers, or plugins that need to automatically configure user projects to correctly run and use the plugin. Until now, developers had to […]

Microsoft announced last week that App Center will soon discontinue support for apps running on Apache Cordova. App Center is a cloud product that helps teams build, test, and distribute apps. Among App Center’s more popular services is CodePush, which allows developers to deploy mobile app updates directly to their users’ devices.

Today I’m very excited to announce a brand new partnership between Ionic and one of the leading players in the low code development space, Neptune Software. This new partnership will bring Capacitor, the popular open source cross-platform native bridge built and supported by the Ionic team, to the thousands of developers and teams building mobile, […]

Today, we are excited to announce the official launch of our newest product: Ionic Portals. Ionic Portals offers a supercharged native Web View component for iOS and Android that enables teams to add web-based experiences to native mobile apps. Now, native and web teams can better collaborate while bringing new and existing web experiences to […]

Today we hosted our second launch event of 2021. We heard from core Ionic team members about some exciting new updates and recent releases across our open source and commercial products. Here’s a quick rundown of what we announced. If you missed the event, check out the recording here. Ionic Portals Brings a New Supercharged […]

We are excited to announce Ionic Payments, the official Ionic solution for delivering secure payment experiences across the devices and platforms your customers care about. Powered by a single cross-platform API, you can now seamlessly incorporate Google Pay and Apple Pay into your application then start collecting payments on the web, mobile, and desktop. Why […]

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