Capacitor 3.0

The Ionic team announces a new version of Capacitor. Like any major version change, Capacitor 3.0 will include some new features, but also some changes to how plugins are consumed. They’ve been tracking their ideas on GitHub and have created a few issues to share their plans. This covers new features and bug fixes to […]

Saying Goodbye to PhoneGap

Adobe just announced that they are shuttering PhoneGap, PhoneGap Build, and their (long non-existent) investment in Apache Cordova. As the pioneer of hybrid app development, aka web developers building mobile apps, this is truly the end of an era. Max Lynch, co-founder of Ionic, wrote an interesting article on this latest news. Worth reading! Here is the […]

Nice App Wizard

The Ionic team provides a nice little App Wizard on https://ionicframework.com/. In just a few steps, you determine the title, icon and layout of your app, pick a JavaScript Framework (React, Angular, Vue (coming soon)), create a (free) Ionic account (if not already available), and then enter only two predefined commands in the terminal. Your […]

Capacitor 2.0

The Ionic team is excited to announce the next evolution of Capacitor, Ionic’s native runtime that makes it easy to build web apps that run on iOS, Android, and on the web as Progressive Web Apps — all powered by a single codebase. This new version updates Capacitor and its project templates to the latest […]