Ioniconf is coming up fast & we hope you can join us on May 25th for our 3rd-ever community conference. We have some amazing speakers lined up to deliver learning sessions and lightning talks. Today, we wanted to give you a sneak peek at our lineup of lightning talks taking place this year.
If you haven’t already, registered for the 1-day, free virtual conference, save your spot today & request an attendee sticker pack.
Native Google Maps has been a much-anticipated addition to Capacitor’s core lineup. This new plugin comes with powerful features such as the creation and installation of multiple maps, adding one or more markers, marker clustering, map type support (including indoors and traffic layers), and an advanced scrolling experience—one of the most popular features.
The scrolling implementation of Capacitor Google Maps took a few iterations. Let’s step through the process of creating this complex feature.
An event so nice, we’ve decided to run it thrice! That’s right, everybody, ioniconf is back again for 2022. Today, I’m thrilled to introduce you to your ioniconf 2022 speakers who will be speaking on various topics related to the Ionic ecosystem, web technologies, and even some native technologies as well! Be sure to register for the conference here. Alright, without further ado, let’s meet your speakers.
Today we’re excited to announce a new, open-source Capacitor plugin: @capacitor/google-maps. With @capacitor/google-maps, you can embed a native Google maps experience directly into your Capacitor app.
Tailwind CSS has taken the CSS world by storm, and with good reason. Tailwind is a CSS framework that, at its core, supplies utility classes in an effort to make styling much easier. Tailwind offers a lot of additional features as well and has become especially popular in the world of design systems.
With the introduction of Ionic Portals, cross-team collaboration is now easier than ever. Ionic Portals empowers native and web teams to better collaborate and bring new and existing web experiences to natively built mobile apps in a safe, controlled way. Large enterprises use Portals to unblock native app dev teams and enable them to ship faster. What if your teams could work more autonomously and ship updates when they’re ready to be deployed? Now they can!
Hello there! 👋 You’ve been tasked with finding the next platform to build your mobile app on and realized that Ionic makes some great tools for developers like you. Maybe you’ve already read our other post about choosing Ionic but your company already has a design system to adhere to. Choosing Capacitor in an enterprise environment can be a big decision.
Fortunately for you, Capacitor is perfectly capable of being used solo without any other Ionic tooling. After seeing the benefits, it’s time for you to introduce your team to Capacitor and build your next production app. Choosing a new technology for a team can be a huge business decision. Fortunately, we’ve compiled a list of reasons we think you should use Capacitor for building your next mobile application.
We added many new component features in v6.0, including the bottom sheet modal, revamped ion-datetime, and declarative overlays. In v6.1, we’re excited to add all sorts of enhancements to those components, making it easier than ever for developers to build and ship robust mobile apps.
Let’s dive into the new features we’re adding in Ionic 6.1.
As applications continue to grow in scale and complexity, organizations are continually implementing new architectural patterns to maintain a fast development pace. Many companies are seeing issues of scale in their frontend applications and they’re turning to micro frontends to combat this.
Our recent integration with Couchbase Lite aims to provide offline storage capabilities with minimal effort.
Ionic developers want to build critical apps that work offline and are highly performant. Yet there’s a knowledge gap when it comes to syncing offline data with the cloud and advanced local data management.