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Couchbase Lite is a full-featured NoSQL database that runs locally on mobile devices. The Offline Storage plugin, built and maintained by Ionic as part of Ionic Native, makes it easy to take advantage of the Couchbase Lite database to create your application using an offline-first architecture. This allows you to offer your users a fast […]

Hi folks! So today I’m really super excited to share something we’ve been testing heavily for a long time now. As of now… new Ionic apps will run on WKWebView…BY DEFAULT 🎉! Ok, so let’s have a brief history lesson on why this is really important and also beneficial to you as a developer. It’s […]

Facebook has become one of the most used methods to get users to sign-in to your application, in today’s post we’ll set up the Facebook native plugin through Ionic Native. That way we can use the Facebook app to sign-in our users, instead of having them log in through a browser. To make things easier, […]

Yesterday, we hosted a webinar with our partner Neumob called “Building Mobile Apps With Performance and Speed,” in which Ionic’s Developer Advocate, Alex Muramoto, and Neumob’s Mobile Evangelist, Tom Catterall, tackled questions like: What’s the current state of hybrid app development? What are some best practices in designing for challenging mobile network conditions? What tools […]

There’s lots of things that can make a mobile app successful–a great user experience, an intuitive and performant UI, not crashing, and actually being useful are just a few crazy ideas that just might work. But at the end of the day, apps first need to be discovered. There’s currently something to the tune of […]

Howdy, everyone! Hope you’re all doing well. We wanted to fill you in on some new changes coming to Google’s OAuth policy. Here’s a link to the article. Short Version: Starting October 20, 2016, if you’re using Google OAuth in a new app, and it’s presented through the InAppBrowser plugin, the OAuth request will be […]

In Part 1 of this series, we took at a look at how to use Ionic Native’s Camera Plugin to access the native photo app (Photos on iOS and Gallery on Android) in an Ionic app. Hopefully that inspired you to go forth into the world and create something awesome, but if you did, you […]

Taking photos with my phone is awesome. I’ve probably taken at least a dozen of my dog just today. Check it out: But what’s even more awesome is that we live in the future, where the apps on our phones and tablets let us do all kinds of cool stuff with those photos. So as […]

Special thanks to Ionic’s Justin Willis for updating this repo and post on November 4, 2016. In the previous post, we added basic offline support to a weather app by storing data locally with the Ionic Native SQLite plugin. However, even this can fail. There are times where we may not be able to retrieve […]

Raymond Camden is a Developer Advocate at IBM and frequently writes about Ionic on his blog, where this post originally appeared. Ionic Native is the spiritual successor to the older ngCordova project. Basically, it provides an Ionic/Angular friendly interface to many common Apache Cordova plugins. To be clear, this isn’t something you have to use […]

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