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As the world tries to make sense of the rapidly evolving COVID-19 outbreak and ensuing social and economic crisis, developers in the Ionic community are leading the charge to inform and help the public. In the last few weeks, we’ve been made aware of many efforts across the world by Ionic developers to build useful […]

There’s no shortage of fantastic hosting providers these days. If you’re looking to deploy a web app, you really can’t pick wrong. But there are a few that stand out as being the best hosting solution for Progressive Web Apps. Today we’re going to look at how to deploy an Ionic React app to ZEIT […]

One of the biggest updates in the pipeline right now is the upcoming release of Angular 9.0.0. Currently in RC, Angular 9.0 will hopefully ship early next year. But this release includes so much that I thought it required a post to highlight some of the most important updates. Now for Ionic devs, why should […]

Note: In this post, I’m using “Mobile First” to refer to the business concept of launching an app before a web experience, not the responsive web design use of the term. For app startups, nothing is more critical than user adoption. Unfortunately, today’s app stores are hyper competitive places, and it’s nearly impossible to stand […]

With the launch of Ionic React a few weeks back, the reception from the community has been incredible. We’re thrilled that so many of you are excited to use Ionic React, and I myself was excited to try React a bit more. Given that I spend most of my time with Angular, it was fun […]

A few months ago, we wrote about the release of Chrome 70, its slew of new features, and what this update meant for the future progressive web apps (PWAs). To quickly recap, Chrome 70’s release allowed PWAs to be installed on a user’s device via the browser, much like a native app with new features […]

Getting ready to kick off your next mobile application project and not sure whether to build a native mobile app or a Progressive Web App? This guide is for you! At Ionic, we are fans of both traditional mobile apps (the kind you download from the app stores and install on your device) and Progressive […]

Last week, Google released Chrome 70—its latest update, which introduced a slew of new features like public key credentials, enhanced Web Bluetooth support, and, most importantly, added support for Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) on Windows. This newly added feature by the behemoth organization marks a significant stride for PWAs, which have recently become more pervasive […]

Anyone who follows Ionic closely knows we’re all-in on Progressive Web Apps. And while many of our readers have a double Master’s degree in PWAs by now, we know that lots of you are just climbing onboard the PWA hype train. To help anyone curious about PWAs, and to round out the story for people […]

What is going on, folks! Mike here, with some incredible news. As of today, Edge and Safari have both shipped support for Service Worker in their developer previews! 🎉🎊

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