Recently, Apple introduced a new App Submission warning stating that they are formally deprecating UIWebView. We wanted to let the Ionic community know what this warning is all about and how the Ionic team plans to address it. Update 10/8/2020: Apple has extended the deadline to allow for additional time to migrate to WKWebview. No […]
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 […]
It’s been just a hair over 500 days since the last Ionic Show. That’s far too long. Today, we’re excited to be back with a vengeance: a movie-length Ionic Show episode covering all the latest Ionic news! 🎉 In this episode of the Ionic Show, Max and Ben bring on Josh Thomas and Matt Netkow […]
One of the very special things about Ionic and Capacitor is that a huge bulk of your app development can happen right in a browser on your desktop. That means full access to your traditional desktop web development tools (Chrome/Safari/Firefox dev tools) and the development velocity of building without having to recompile or deploy to […]
April 2020 update: Capacitor 2.0 is now available! Today I’m thrilled to announce the 1.0 release of Capacitor, Ionic’s new Native API Container that makes it easy to build web apps that run on iOS, Android, Electron, and on the web as Progressive Web Apps—with full access to native functionality on each platform.
The Capacitor team has been heads down the last few months preparing for a version 1.0 release, currently slated for early June. Here’s the latest news on the Capacitor beta. Haven’t heard of Capacitor? It’s our new open source cross-platform app runtime that makes it easier to build web apps that run natively on iOS, […]
👋 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.
Today we are incredibly excited to announce the alpha release of a major new open source project: Capacitor. Capacitor aims to build a better Native runtime for the future of Ionic apps running everywhere: iOS, Android, Electron, and on the web as a Progressive Web App. Capacitor offers a consistent API that handles operations on […]
2020 update: Backand is no longer available. Learn more about connecting your Ionic app to a backend and database such as MySQL. Also, consider using Capacitor’s (Ionic’s official native runtime) HTTP plugin to make requests to your backend. Ionic makes it easy to create a user interface that ports easily across multiple devices, but most […]