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Push is growing. Quickly. When our Platform team last checked in with you, we’d sent a few hundred thousand push notifications during our alpha. Now, we’ve sent over a million! That’s a 200% increase each month! We’re getting real validation for the Ionic Platform, and the excitement among the team here at Ionic cannot be […]

Over the past two months, we’ve released open alphas of our first three Ionic platform services. In this short amount of time, we’ve seen thousands of updates to apps through Ionic Deploy, hundreds of thousands of push notifications sent to devices through Ionic Push, and millions of actions tracked in Ionic Analytics! Needless to say, […]

June has been a huge month for the Ionic team, with announcements of Ionic Push, Deploy, and Analytics, along with Ionic Jobs and the upcoming Ionic Market. I’m incredibly proud of and humbled by the team we have here and their ability to focus and ship like there’s no tomorrow! In the course of those […]

Two weeks ago, we opened Ionic Push Alpha. Last week, we announced Ionic Deploy Alpha. We are so humbled by your enthusiasm and excitement, and we’re really looking forward to hearing your feedback on how these new services are working for you. Push and Deploy are incredibly useful for engaging your users and improving your […]

So you just finished the latest improvements to your app, and you’re finally ready to push out the latest update for all your users to see. You submit the latest version to the app stores, and then you do the only thing you can… You wait for the app store approval, for days…or even weeks. […]

Push notifications are an essential part of every great app, enticing users to re-engage with the app even when they’re away from it. But they’re also really challenging to implement, and we wanted to change that. After months of rigorous testing, we’re excited to announce the open alpha of Ionic Push! Ionic Push lets you […]

We are huge fans of Docker here at Ionic. Docker keeps our code and its dependencies together and lets us more fully utilize our computing resources for products like Ionic Creator and the upcoming services. One challenge we faced with Docker, though, was that any time we made even the smallest change to our […]

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