Appflow: not just another CI/CD service
Every production mobile app ultimately has a set of recurring tasks around integration, testing, deployment, and long term maintenance. These tasks often must be automated across a team of many developers and app projects. Building a process for these tasks
Capacitor 2.0 is just released!
Developers use Capacitor as a native app container for packaging and deploying their Ionic apps to various mobile and desktop platforms. The capacitor allows them to access native features like the Camera using the same code across all platforms –
Announcing the Capacitor ngAdd Schematic
Let’s take a look at what Capacitor is and how to add it to an Angular project First off, let’s go over what Capacitor is and how it relates to other cross platform projects out there. At a glance, Capacitor
React Hooks with Ionic
In our previous blog post we learned basics about Ionic React app. Next, in this post let’s take a tour of what a stock Ionic React app consists of. Open up the project in your favorite code editor and
Build your first Ionic React app
Ionic React is a native React version of Ionic Framework that makes it easy to build apps for iOS, Android, Desktop, and the web as a Progressive Web App. All with one code base, standard React development patterns, and
Ionic 4.3 Lithium Out Now!
We got a release recently with fantastic updates to the Toast component as well as some much-desired bug fixes. Let’s dig in. Lithium is the lightest metal and has many uses, like lubrication, medication, pyrotechnics, and electronics. The metal