Monthly Archives: December 2014

We are huge fans of Docker here at Ionic. Docker keeps our code and its dependencies together and lets us more fully utilize our computing resources for products like Ionic Creator and the upcoming Ionic.io services. One challenge we faced with Docker, though, was that any time we made even the smallest change to our […]

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 […]

I’m really excited to introduce Josh Bavari (@jbavari on Twitter, @jbavari on the Forum, and jbavari on GitHub) as our newest Ionic team member! Josh has spent the last few years working on the Cordova open source project. Starting with version 1.9, he’s followed the project from its earlier days and actively contributes to it, […]

We just added a new feature to the Ionic CLI tool that we’re calling Ionic Lab. Ionic Lab makes it much easier to test your apps on multiple screen sizes and platform types: We want Ionic to be both a great SDK and a toolchain that gives hybrid developers a leg up on native, and […]

This is a guest post by Paolo Bernasconi, lead developer on ngCordova. To watch ngCordova grow from a small idea to a popular open source project with over 1250 stars on GitHub has been a great pleasure for me. Since its inception in July 2014, I’ve had the opportunity to learn about creating and maintaining […]