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Let’s face it: the keyboard is a constant source of pain and frustration for users and developers. Much of this has to do with the limited control browsers provide with keyboards. For native apps, we’ve even gone as far as creating plugins to help ease the pain of keyboards. Thankfully, browser vendors have agreed that […]

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 […]

It seems that any time Apple releases something there is bound to be some noise regarding it. This time, it’s in regards to browser storage and Apple’s recent proclamation that such data will be deleted after 7 days. Well let’s break this down and see what this really means for developers. Let me start by […]

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 Vercel […]

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 […]

This a guest post from Rodrigo Fernández, the CTO and co-founder of Savelist, an app that allows you to save and discover products from any online store, and get notified when prices or stock change. We have been using Ionic at Savelist since the first alpha versions, and always thought that one of its strongest […]

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! 🎉🎊

Check out Jorge’s courses covering Ionic, PWAs, and Firebase over at https://jsmobiledev.com. Progressive Web Apps are fast becoming a major deployment target. Recent releases like the the Starbucks PWA provide validation that progressive web apps have arrived. Because Ionic is built on the web, Ionic apps can work anywhere the web runs, including as a […]

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