In this bonus chapter you got to know how to use Ionic without any other frame-works.
You met Ionic’s Capacitor, the native bridge for cross-platform apps. With Capacitor you can build (web) apps that run equally well on iOS, Android, Electron, and as Progressive Web Apps.
You’ve learned some basic things about the popular React framework and how to build an app using Ionic and React.
Often considered as “the leaner Angular” Vue was finally our last trip and you’ve seen, that the combination of Ionic and Vue is also an interesting way to build apps.
Any remarks or questions?