Ionic is an open-source, cross-platform framework for developing mobile applications. It enables developers to create hybrid apps that are built with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and can be deployed on multiple platforms, such as iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. Ionic also provides access to native device features such as the camera, GPS, and accelerometer. The framework offers a library of pre-built components and tools to help developers build user interfaces quickly and easily.
Vue.js London Live 2021Vue.js London Live 2021
8 min
A New Kind of Abstraction
Developers often look at abstractions as being ""the closer to the metal, the better,"" meaning that as abstractions become further removed from the lowest possible level, the more you give up in terms of performance and features. But abstractions work as a spectrum also. We'll look at how we can adjust our view of abstractions and what kind of examples we can use to better understand that abstractions have less to do with programming and more to do with where we deploy.

React Summit Remote Edition 2020React Summit Remote Edition 2020
12 min
Bringing Ionic (and Web Components) to React
Ionic is a framework for building fast and powerful mobile, desktop, and web apps with web technology. Traditionally, Ionic has been built on top of one framework: Angular. But recently, Ionic added support for React, and aims to bring the same great development experience to the React ecosystem. In this talk, we’ll look at how an Ionic React app works and how this changes the React ecosystem (surprise, it's because of Web Components).