Frequently Asked Questions
Ionic Studio currently supports apps using Ionic 4 and Angular. We plan to add support for other versions such as React and Vue in the future.
Ionic 3 is not supported. We encourage you to migrate to Ionic 4.
Ionic Studio currently does not support Capacitor. We plan to add support soon now that Capacitor has reached 1.0.
Yes. In order to preserve speed, Angular only loads the components that it needs for any given page. This means that in order to use a custom component inside of a page, you must first make sure that components module is imported into your pages module.
Open up the page you'd like to use a component in, then navigate to the module tab. Take note of the
import line as well as the
ngModule. Both things are required in order to load your component on a page.
In this example, our component is called "MyCustomThing":