Monthly Archives: May 2015

Keychain Logistics helps independent owner-operator truck drivers book loads from their phones. Recently featured in the Wall Street Journal, the Keychain app leverages the service Pub Nub to build out an entire real-time system for users to search and book loads, communicate with shippers through comments, and even provide GPS beacons to track shipments in […]

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 […]

nce upon a time, the Web Wizard was befuddled. “How can I add scroll-based features without scrolling events?” he muddled. Try as he might, he couldn’t get fake events right, so he called his advisors together for a huddle. “Scrolling’s complicated,” he stated. “The reasons to avoid JS scrolling have faded.” So JS scrolling was […]

L’autre LaM is a musical audio guide for the Lille Museum of Modern, Contemporary and Outsider Art in France developed by Ensemble 101, a small music collective based in Paris. “We were interested in creating an app that people could use as an alternative to the traditional guide proposed by the museum,” says ensemble director […]

One of our goals for Ionic Creator was to help developers and business users quickly prototype hybrid mobile apps. Now, business users without software development skills can prototype apps in minutes that are ready for enterprise integration, using Ionic Creator and the IBM MobileFirst Platform. Organizations will now have a mobile app development and enterprise […]

A few days ago, I tweeted that something new and exciting was coming from Ionic: Super close to releasing a new tool we think Ionic devs are *really* going to dig. Keep an eye out… — Ben Sperry (@benjsperry) May 3, 2015 This is not that thing. You’ll have to stay tuned for that! Instead, […]

Today, we are incredibly excited to announce that, in partnership with Microsoft, Ionic templates are now available in Visual Studio. 3/8/2016 Update: We’ve changed the links below to the official Ionic VS templates created by Microsoft. Quick link When Microsoft added Apache Cordova Tools into Visual Studio, we knew that Visual Studio was going to […]