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Ionic + Angular: Powering the App store and the web

August 31st, 2020

Did you know Ionic and Angular power roughly 10% of the apps on iOS and almost 20% of apps on Android? Let’s repeat that: Angular powers a significant chunk of apps in the app stores. Why is it helpful to know this? Well, if you were on the fence about what technology choice you should make…

Leveraging Angular Prereleases to keep Ionic in Sync

June 23rd, 2020

Unlike other open-source projects, Angular tries to bring a new major release at least twice a year. With each new release, Angular stands by its commitment to ensuring the upgrade process is easier every time. In fact, we noticed recently that the Angular team was preparing for a new major release, v10. By keeping an eye…