Monthly Archives: June 2016

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!

Let’s talk backend services! For those of you who haven’t discovered Ionic Cloud yet, it’s a suite of backend services that can take your mobile app to the next level, with things like push notifications, live application updates, event tracking, and much more. Usage is currently free during our beta, so sign up now. The […]

When we announced the Ionic Platform beta in March of this year, we informed the Ionic Platform userbase that we would be shutting down a number of our alpha services in order to transition to the much more robust beta platform that would soon become our production release mid-2016. We also released a beta migration […]

Let Me See, the app that won the Innovation Award at the 2016 Angular Attack hackathon, was built with Ionic 2 in 48 hours by Wassim Chegham, a Developer Advocate at SFEIR in Paris and a Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies, with help from Attila Csanyi and Uri Shaked. Let Me See’s main purpose […]

Here at Ionic, we’re constantly looking for ways to improve, and one of our major goals is to make it easier for you to find all of our products and services, so you can have everything you need to build awesome apps in one place. We’re hoping our new Discover Ionic page, a hub that […]

Today, we’re excited to announce that the beta 9 release of Ionic 2 is live! Beta 9 includes many bug fixes that community members reported and worked with us to fix, so we’d like to thank those of you who filed issues and worked with us to resolve them. This release is for you! Along […]

Attendees of The Design Conference Brisbane got a cool bonus this year: a personal concierge in the form of an Ionic 2 app. Software developer Phillip Hartin teamed with UI designer and curator Matthew Haynes to develop the app. The app’s aim was to break the perceived barrier between the audience and the presenter, providing […]

Hello Ionites! Today, I’m excited to publicly open up our Ionic Trusted Partners Program! The rapid growth of Ionic has resulted in high demand for reliable, top-notch consultants, contractors, and client dev/design shops who can help in assisting and creating high-quality Ionic apps for others. Trusted Partners are the expert consultancies that we vet, and […]

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. […]

Untappd, a popular social app to share and discover beer, allows users to rate, review, and share the beers they’re drinking with friends. “We aim to educate users about beers out there, and beers they should try based on our recommendations and taste profile,” says Greg Avola, co-founder and CTO of Untappd. “We also have […]

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