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Today we are thrilled to announce React Native support for Portals, our new SDK for building mobile apps that utilize a micro-frontend architecture to scale app development across teams in large organizations. Portals makes it possible to embed micro-frontend web experiences into a single React Native app through a drop-in React Native component. A Portals […]

Something I like to do is evaluate various Database services to see what the latest and greatest offerings are. One name that came up in my research was HarperDB. HarperDB is a distributed SQL/NoSQL database with a built-in HTTP API, that can be deployed anywhere from edge to cloud. To stretch my SQL-muscles a bit, […]

The following is guest blog post from Pato Vargas, Developer Advocate at OneSignal. It’s no secret that push notifications can help you engage and retain app users. This tutorial will show you how to integrate with OneSignal to leverage push notifications in your ReactJS app.

Hey folks! Last month, I wrote a blog post showing how to get up and running with Ionic React and Realm to a lot of positive feedback! We’re so excited that all of you enjoyed it. Our friends over at Realm/MongoDB were so thrilled, they took the example app I put together and deployed the […]

Building an app these days often requires some kind of data layer, whether storing data locally using LocalStorage or using some remote database solution. In this blog post, we will look at Realm, from MongoDB, as our storage solution for our web app and discover how we can start to make use of it in […]

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 […]

Earlier this week I had the privilege of giving the Ionic Framework Update at Ioniconf 2021 where we announced the Ionic Framework v6 beta. Ionic Framework has come far from its roots as an AngularJS-only UI library to a truly cross-platform framework for building Web Native applications. As we look to the future of Ionic […]

This is part one of a new series on monorepos. By the end of the series, you’ll have the tools you need to adopt monorepo setups in your organization. Building and maintaining multiple development projects comes with a unique set of problems teams need to solve. How do you share common bits of code between […]

Photo by Lucas van Oort on Unsplash Today I’m thrilled to announce the release of Ionic Storage v3, an open-source library that offers an easy way to store simple data in Ionic apps. Ionic Storage is useful for building single code-base apps on iOS, Android, and the Web, while automatically using the best storage engine […]

When we announced Capacitor 3.0 beta last week, one of the biggest changes we mentioned was around the core Capacitor APIs. All officially supported plugins are now installed and versioned separately from Capacitor core. While this may seem like a pretty drastic change, the migration is fairly straight forward. With these changes, developers actually have […]

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