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(Photo by Jon Flobrant on Unsplash) It’s a hard truth every software developer faces at some point: consistent Internet access is never guaranteed. WiFi is available everywhere nowadays, but service can be spotty or overloaded with connection requests (such as at large events or conferences). And, you can’t stop your users from accessing your app […]

Most apps utilizing authentication need to provide the user with ways to persist user sessions, or store sensitive values such as encryption keys, all while enabling automatic login using biometrics. There is one very common way that developers first try to implement this: show the fingerprint or face id prompt, and once the user passes […]

Long before joining Ionic, I built web-based apps (using jQuery and Knockout.js!) and deployed them to iOS and Android using Cordova. They weren’t pretty (I didn’t have something like this 😉 available), the code was messy, but they got the job done: I was a web developer building mobile apps using one codebase! Despite my […]