Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Internet of Things (IoT) is officially defined as a “global infrastructure for the information society” that connects the physical to the virtual, using information and communication technology. In other words, the IoT is a concept that essentially allows any device to connect with the Internet, and thus other devices (and people) around it. As […]

Just a few weeks ago, we released the public beta for Ionic Lab, a new tool for Ionic users who prefer graphical interfaces over command line interfaces. Today, we’re super pumped to announce that Ionic Lab for Windows has launched! Download it here. We’ve also refreshed Ionic Lab for Mac with some exciting updates.

Web developers, career-change professionals, and students are flocking to mobile development, but what’s the best, most cost-effective way to learn? And how do you make the time for it if you’re already working or in school full-time? If you’ve already got some web development skills, there are many ways to learn mobile development–or Ionic specifically–that […]

iOS 9 is releasing next week, and with it comes some changes and bugs that Ionic developers need to be aware of. Even if your app was published for an earlier version of iOS, you might still need to make some fixes due to regressions released by Apple in the web browser. Apple sent out […]

Update (9/11/2015): A new version of the patch was released by Igor on the Angular team that fixes many issues. Please use it: angular-ios9-uiwebview.patch.js. Make sure to add ‘ngIOS9UIWebViewPatch’ to your angular modules and use version 1.1.0 or higher of the patch. Also, see our latest post about other issues that need addressing. A breaking […]

In this screencast, I talk about how you can animate elements in your app in a performant way. Prefer to read the info? Check it out below.

We created Ionic to enable web developers to become mobile developers, using technologies they already know well. Now that Ionic has been embraced by web developers around the world, new developers are emerging. It turns out that if you’re smart and motivated and want to learn hybrid mobile development, Ionic is relatively straightforward to master. […]