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Today I’m thrilled to announce the 2.0 release of Capacitor, Ionic’s native runtime that makes it easy to build web apps that run on iOS, Android, and on the web as Progressive Web Apps— all powered by a single codebase. Developers use Capacitor as a native app container for packaging and deploying their Ionic apps […]

This is a guest post from Simon Grimm, Ionic Developer Expert and educator at the Ionic Academy. Simon also writes about Ionic frequently on his blog Devdactic. Introduced a while ago, Sign in with Apple makes it easy for users to sign in to your apps and websites using their Apple ID. As of April […]

Hey folks! I wanted to take a moment and share some comments/thoughts about a recently released update from Apple regarding web apps and the iOS App Store. Recently developers were sent out an email from Apple about Web Based Apps (noted as HTML5 Apps) in the App store. Before we jump into the post, let […]

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 09/18/2020: Added known plugins still using UIWebView and suggestion migration steps. Update 01/15/2020: On December 23rd, […]

In case you missed it, last week we gave a live presentation on the top Cordova challenges and the best strategies to overcome them. During that discussion, Ionic’s Senior Product Evangelist, Matt Netkow, and I dug into the top challenges that development teams face when working with Cordova to unlock native features in a hybrid […]

Testing an app is always an important step to take before releasing, but it can often hard to do. While Android allows users to just load arbitrary apps on their device, iOS is a much more closed ecosystem with their own rules. In order to send an app out for user testing, you have to […]