Monthly Archives: November 2016

Uri Goldshtein is a software developer at Meteor Development Group and frequently writes about Ionic on Meteor’s blog. A little over a year ago, I released the WhatsApp clone tutorial with Angular, Ionic, and Meteor. A year has passed, and a lot has happened—Angular 2.0 became stable, Ionic 2.0 entered its RC stage, and Meteor […]

Enrique Oriol is the CTO of a Barcelona-based startup and frequently writes about Ionic in Spanish on his blog, where this post originally appeared. He also teaches Ionic 2 at Udemy. In native apps (iOS, Android), views have a well structured lifecycle that allows you to perform actions on key points of their execution. Ionic […]

Howdy, folks! I just wanted to share a few updates on things and talk about an amazing new feature in the Ionic build process. Framework Updates RC3 has shipped ? ! We’ve been hard at work closing issues and improving the performance of our components. Three components in particular—Menu, Sliding Items, and DateTime—have had significant […]

Raymond Camden is a Developer Advocate at IBM and frequently writes about Ionic on his blog, where this post originally appeared. A little over a year ago, I wrote a post (“Ionic Example: ion-slide-box”) that demonstrated how to use the ion-slide-box component with Ionic 1. A few days ago, a reader asked if I could […]

Hello Ionites! Today we’re excited to talk about a brand new version, 0.0.42, of @ionic/app-scripts, the build process for Ionic apps. This new version contains some terrific enhancements for developers. In our last blog post, we talked about how our short-term focus was going to be on improving the developer experience and speeding up the […]

In case you missed it, our very own Adam Bradley, a self-proclaimed “car buff,” gave a wonderful talk this month at ngEurope about how the evolution of the web, in particular on mobile, has parallels to the history of the car industry. In fact, many of the same things that influence why people pick certain […]

We’re thrilled to announce that Ionic 2, RC 2 is now live! The Ionic team has been focused on bug fixes and build improvements in preparation for our final release. In addition to this, we’ve been working on ways we can improve both the developer and user experience. There aren’t many changes that need to […]

Our friends at ChefSteps have a cool new cooking tool! Joule is an immersion circulator that allows you to use the sous vide cooking method, in which food is placed in airtight plastic bags, then heated in precisely controlled, low-temperature water. Because the food can never get hotter than the water, it’s almost impossible to […]