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Special thanks to Ionic’s Justin Willis for updating this repo and post on November 4, 2016. In the previous post, we added basic offline support to a weather app by storing data locally with the Ionic Native SQLite plugin. However, even this can fail. There are times where we may not be able to retrieve […]

Special thanks to Ionic’s Justin Willis for updating this repo and post on November 4, 2016. Service workers, app shell, progressive web apps—anything involving offline support seems to be all the rage these days. Whether it’s a new design concept or a shiny new browser feature, developers seem to have many options when it comes […]

Welcome to the eighth episode of the Ionic Show! The release date for Ionic 2 is just around the corner, and we couldn’t be more excited! Along with Ionic 2, Max and Ben chat about the Ionic Cloud, Ionic Native, Progressive Web Apps, code editing in Ionic Creator, a featured app, and beer. Yes, beer. […]

Hello, friends! We’re excited to announce the eleventh beta of Ionic 2! Beta 11 includes several bug fixes and enhancements. More importantly, Beta 11 lays the foundation for moving towards a release candidate (we plan to release one more beta before the release candidate). We’ve been busy dotting our i’s and crossing our t’s, double […]

We’re so excited for the beta 10 release of Ionic 2! The Ionic team has been focused on bug fixes, in preparation for our release candidate. In addition to bug fixes, we’ve improved the page structure and added a new feature!

I was doing some research on common challenges developers face while building their Ionic apps, and one of the things that kept coming up was Deeplinking. For those not familiar, Deeplinking makes it possible to direct a user to content hidden deep in a native app, whether that’s from another app or a web browser. […]

Today, we are excited to announce that Ionic has raised an $8.5M Series A round, led by General Catalyst (investors in Stripe, Airbnb, and many others), along with our existing investors Lightbank, Arthur Ventures, and Founder Collective. This round brings our total funding raised to $12.2M.

Dear Ionites, You’ve been patient. You’ve submitted pull requests. You’ve been active on the forums. You’ve built incredible apps. You’ve presented and formed communities all over the world. You’ve supported one another and inspired us to collectively push the limits of what’s possible. Today, all that dedication and tenacity pays off… I’m incredibly excited and […]

2014 is coming to a close, and what a year it has been! It’s hard to believe, but Ionic is only one year old. When we launched at the end of 2013, we had no clue how voracious developers’ appetites for building hybrid apps would be. We thought we’d have some early adopters trying out […]

Today, we’re thrilled to announce Ionic 1.0 Beta 14, The Last of the Betas! Beta 14 takes Ionic beyond its birth as a framework to its current state as a complete suite of solutions for hybrid mobile app development. After we released Beta 13, our team examined our tools and services and analyzed areas where […]

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