Monthly Archives: December 2016

When we launched Ionic 1, we provided a set of basic templates that helped developers get up and running with common mobile app layouts, such as tabs and side menu. While Ionic developers enjoyed these templates, in many cases we felt like we weren’t doing enough to share best practices or to help developers get […]

MobileCaddy is a Mobile Innovation Award-winning product company focused on helping mobile app developers in the Salesforce ecosystem. Their primary product, also named MobileCaddy, allows Salesforce consultancies and partners to rapidly build next-generation offline-first hybrid applications, standardized on Ionic, with a toolset primarily built to support the Ionic framework. “We’ve been using Ionic since Beta […]

Simon Reimler is a Software Developer helping mobile developers through online courses, books and consulting. Simon writes about Ionic frequently on his blog Devdactic. He also just released a book called Ionic 2: From Zero to App Store. It’s been some time since the first version of this post (actually it was February 2015), but […]

Scott Bolinger, the co-founder of AppPresser, has been working with mobile WordPress design and development for years. He is passionate about using WordPress in new, exciting ways and about transforming WordPress into a mobile app development platform. Ionic and WordPress have always gone well together. Ionic’s CEO, Max Lynch, has even called Ionic “WordPress for […]

The National Museum of African American History and Culture opened September 24, 2016, with a three-day festival entitled “Freedom Sounds: A Community Celebration,” that featured dedication speeches from U.S. Representative John Lewis and President Barack Obama. The museum is currently home to over 37,000 artifacts, including a pair of Muhammad Ali’s boxing gloves and a […]

Hey Ionites, It’s no secret that the Ionic team has built a lot of products and services over the last few years. Some were only meant to be curious experiments, and some are major product efforts. Our Discover Ionic page is an almost comical testament to the prolific nature of the team. Over the last […]

We’ve been talking a lot about Progressive Web Apps—web apps built using modern standardized web APIs like service workers, web manifest, and web push, that provide an app-like experience delivered through the browser. Maybe you’ve built a few yourself by now. Progressive Web Apps have certain important advantages over native apps, especially for the next […]