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I have not seen a clock in a web-based user interface in a long time. This makes sense — they are pretty redundant these days. You have a clock on your watch, on your mobile device, and on your desktop, and those are just the digital versions available at a glance. Nonetheless, the process of […]

Take a look at the month view of a calendar and you will see several rows of numbers. The numbers themselves, increasing in value one after the other, are arranged in columns. HTML and CSS provide us with a number of tools to display content in rows and columns. Making a calendar component should be […]

Today I’m excited to share some news about Stencil, Ionic’s open source toolchain that generates small, fast, and 100% standards-based Web Components that run in every browser. As you might have noticed, we’ve been actively increasing our investments across the entire Ionic App Platform, including the recent launch of Capacitor 3.0, Ionic Portals, tons of […]

Today I’m excited to announce the availability of Stencil Enterprise, Ionic’s official toolchain for building blazing fast web components. Designed exclusively for teams building enterprise-scale Design Systems, it includes access to world-class Support and Advisory teams, priority fixes and issue resolution, and more. Stencil Enterprise is ideal for large businesses with multiple web development teams, […]

We’re halfway through 2019, and I thought it would be a good time to take a step back and share a bit about what is going on at Ionic the company. We don’t often talk about the “business side” of Ionic, at least not in the way that we do our open source stuff. Part […]

It’s been just a hair over 500 days since the last Ionic Show. That’s far too long. Today, we’re excited to be back with a vengeance: a movie-length Ionic Show episode covering all the latest Ionic news! 🎉 In this episode of the Ionic Show, Max and Ben bring on Josh Thomas and Matt Netkow […]

Today I am thrilled to announce the 1.0.0 release of Stencil—or what we’re calling “Stencil One.” 🎉 Last week at JSConf EU, we had the pleasure of announcing the Stencil One final release on stage, just a few weeks after we released the beta. Now I’m excited to go in-depth and explain what this moment […]

July 2019 Update: Stencil One is here! Today, we’re thrilled to announce the release of Stencil 1.0 beta (what we’re calling Stencil One), featuring an all-new compiler architecture. It is not only able to better optimize your components, but is designed to be completely future-proof.

This post is contributed by Kevin Ports, designer and front-end developer at Ionic. He’s passionate about pixels, code, and the space in between. If you’re building a handful of apps in a startup or small business, delivering a consistent user experience across teams and projects is relatively easy. But if you represent a global corporation […]

Few things in the frontend world are as hot as Design Systems, the idea of building a design spec or library of reusable components that can be shared across a team or company. Design Systems enforce style and branding guidelines, reduce design fatigue for engineers, and consolidate component engineering to one single set of components […]

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