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Hello Friends! We know everyone is excited about the new features in Ionic Framework 6.0 beta, but that doesn’t mean we’re done with V5! In Ionic React 5.6, we packaged up a new set of hooks for controlling our overlay components that we think you might like. What is an overlay you ask? It’s the […]

This is a guest post from Aaron Saunders. Aaron is a developer and CEO at Clearly Innovative. This is the first of a series of posts Aaron wrote about using Firebase and React hooks with Ionic React. In this post, I’ll walk through the process of creating a custom hook that uploads a file to […]

Ionic React Hooks has been renamed and moved to the Capacitor Community org: @capacitor-community/react-hooks Last month we announced Ionic React, and have been blown away by the reception from both the Ionic community as well as the React community. Today, we are excited to launch a companion project to Ionic React that makes tying into […]

How to manage state in your app can often be the biggest and most impactful architectural decision you make. Unfortunately, there is no standard practice for state management. Developers have to choose between a wide variety of techniques and libraries (many of them 3rd party), including Redux, MobX, state “tunneling,” singleton state services, or just […]

Now available: Capacitor React Hooks! If you’ve been following the news in the React ecosystem, you’ve likely heard about the new React Hooks API available in React v16.8. Hooks expose React features like state and context to functional, or non-class components. They also make it easier to share “stateful logic” between components, such as accessing […]