Monthly Archives: September 2016

Well, hello there, wonderful people! You may have noticed that we’ve been a bit quiet since the last release of Ionic and may have been wondering where we ventured off to. We’ve been hard at work prepping the Ionic 2 Release Candidate! We’re happy to announce that it’s finally here, along with some major performance […]

Yesterday, we hosted a webinar with our partner Neumob called “Building Mobile Apps With Performance and Speed,” in which Ionic’s Developer Advocate, Alex Muramoto, and Neumob’s Mobile Evangelist, Tom Catterall, tackled questions like: What’s the current state of hybrid app development? What are some best practices in designing for challenging mobile network conditions? What tools […]

Wavve is an engagement platform built with Ionic that allows listeners of audio content to post short voice clips back to shows and talk with other listeners as a community. “Wavve is a powerful, easy-to-use platform helping broadcasters to engage listeners, improve content marketing, reach wider audiences, and sell more sponsorships,” says Wavve cofounder and […]

There’s lots of things that can make a mobile app successful–a great user experience, an intuitive and performant UI, not crashing, and actually being useful are just a few crazy ideas that just might work. But at the end of the day, apps first need to be discovered. There’s currently something to the tune of […]

As you know, we’re huge fans of progressive web apps, which are distributed with just a URL, offer an app-like experience using modern web APIs, and allow users of your app to get instant access to your app’s functionality, all without having to download your app from an app store. It’s been a top priority […]

Service Workers are one of the most useful yet misunderstood APIs to come to the JavaScript world in years. They open up a whole world of functionality to the web and are an integral part of Progressive Web Apps. Service workers give the web independence from the network and allow you to decide exactly how […]

Howdy, folks! So by now, you’ve heard about how as of June 1, 2016, Apple is forcing apps to use IPv6 and figured out what that means for your app. Oh, wait…you haven’t? Ah, OK. Well, thankfully, this article covers some of the details. Take a read–I’ll just wait here for you. Hey, you’re back! […]

Bryan Segale is a specialist in mobile testing and test automation for AWS Mobile. We live in a world in which the variety of device manufacturers, models, operating systems, and screen sizes combine to create a device test matrix that is seemingly infinite in size. Ionic takes care of a lot of the heavy lifting, […]

Neumob focuses on app acceleration for a mobile-first world, making mobile app load times and in-app performance much faster. App owners anywhere in the world install a two-line SDK into their mobile apps, and all wireless traffic is accelerated by 30%-300%. “This helps app owners maximize revenues and keep the users they’ve worked so hard […]

Howdy, everyone! Hope you’re all doing well. We wanted to fill you in on some new changes coming to Google’s OAuth policy. Here’s a link to the article. Short Version: Starting October 20, 2016, if you’re using Google OAuth in a new app, and it’s presented through the InAppBrowser plugin, the OAuth request will be […]