Monthly Archives: April 2016

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.

Ionic 2 offers a powerful NavController that allows you to show new pages, alerts, modals, and even loading indicators. But what happens when you need to coordinate multiple events around a single API call? All of these event are asynchronous and could return at any given time, so how can we put it all together? […]

We’ve just released Ionic 2 Beta 6, and we couldn’t be more excited to share it with you! The last few releases include a ton of new features to make your development process easier:

Today, we’re excited to announce the soft release of Ionic 1.3! This release comes with many bug fixes and several PRs submitted by the Ionic community. Take a look at the changelog to see the full list of changes.

Getting up and running with Ionic 2 using the Ionic CLI is super simple for anyone with web development experience. In our first two articles 10 Minutes with Ionic 2: Hello World and 10 Minutes with Ionic 2: Adding Pages and Navigation, we looked at the basics of creating an Ionic app. In this article, […]

Getting up and running with Ionic 2 using the Ionic CLI is super simple for anyone with web development experience. In our first article 10 Minutes with Ionic 2: Hello World, we looked at the basics of creating your first app. In this article, we’ll build on what we learned there and add multiple pages […]

In case you didn’t know, one of the great tools available to Ionic developers is Ionic View, an app built to help rapidly bring your app to a device without complicated SDK tools and provisioning. Available for iOS and Android, Ionic View makes it easy to test and share your app directly on the device. […]