Today we’re excited to announce a new, open-source Capacitor plugin: @capacitor/google-maps. With @capacitor/google-maps, you can embed a native Google maps experience directly into your Capacitor app. Let’s take a quick look at the Google Maps plugin API and how you can add a map to your app.
It’s the modern age of application development. As consumer and business needs for mobile apps continue to grow, organizations that provide technology services must supply integrations and SDKs to keep up with customer demand for mobile app development. Learn how Ionic can partner with your organization to help you build plugins for Capacitor, enabling you […]
Today, I’m excited to share with you new mobile app templates for Capacitor and SolidJS. Solid is a newer frontend framework that has been gaining popularity recently. In the 2021 State of JS survey, Solid had a 90% satisfaction rate as well as excellent starter templates that we can build upon. With Capacitor, developers can […]
Many teams today are struggling to build robust end-to-end tests for their apps, often giving up on testing their native app at all or using a web-only solution that fails to provide an adequate test of the final production native app that will run in users’ hands. At Ionic, we’re making a big push in […]
The second annual Enterprise App Summit was a roaring success! Thanks to all our speakers and sponsors from the Ionic community who attended. For this year’s summit, we developed a cross-platform conference application for attendees which included information about each speaker, an event schedule with a description of each session, and even a swag giveaway […]
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 […]