Hello from Ionic!
Use Ionic to develop and continuously integrate and deliver mobile applications on any platform. Build apps with Ionic’s open source JS UI and native libraries or use whichever mobile technology you love — then deploy native builds, publish to the app stores, ship live updates, automate integration processes, and more.
- Mobile cloud CI/CD for any mobile platform (Capacitor, Cordova, React Native, Flutter, Swift, Kotlin)
- Mobile micro frontends in native Android, iOS, Capacitor, and React Native apps
- Open source cross-platform UI and native API access for JS
The DEV and CodeNewbie communities are amazing, inclusive spaces for new and experienced developers alike to share knowledge, resources, ask questions, and learn from others. We're honored to be here with you, and excited to sponsor CodeLand 2022. We hope you enjoy the conference!
Join our remote team of Open Source and Cloud engineers and advocates. We have Engineering and Developer Relations roles open:
- Developer Advocate (Mobile DevOps)
- Enterprise Developer Experience Engineer
- Lead Full Stack Software Engineer
Learn about more open roles on our Jobs page.
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We'd love to hear from you on Discord and Twitter!
In the comments below, we'd also love to hear what you're learning and working on, what technologies you're building mobile apps with, and/or what your dream mobile app would be if you could build anything ✨
Top comments (26)
I am currently learning for my IAAP Certificate in order to become an Accessibility Expert. Therefore I create different components, mostly using React and test them with screen reader, keyboard and much more. I like using React the most and my dream mobile app would be an fully accessible one 💜
A11Y is super important; keep fighting the good fight, Julia!
I will :)
Hi! I've been using Ionic at the company that I've been working at for the last few months and it's been a great opportunity to work with a platform like this. I'm excited to keep on learning more about the platform.
Hey JackMichael, thanks for sharing the kind words about working with Ionic! We wish you the best in continuing to learn and grow in your career. If you haven't already, you may wish to check out the ionic.io/community page. There you can find resources that you may find helpful in your new role - links to the Ionic forum, discord, etc.
These days I'm working on cool mobile app project which is implementing using Ionic. Glad to see u here😍😊😇!!
I am not sure if you are in the Ionic Discord server, but if you are, we would love to have to share your project in the #showcase channel! discord.gg/UPYYRhtyzp
I was learning Swift for a while but am learning Web Development currently. Looking into ReactNative as well. I'm sure I'll start to form a niche as I get more talented but it'll be interesting to see how Ionic could fit into my workflows in the future!
I am currently developing a website for someone who started a real-estate company and we had discussed the possibility of also developing an app which is something I am highly interested in learning and eager to do. After doing some research I came to the conclusion that making an app for both IOS and Android proved to me much more difficult than I had anticipated. Having to use multiple pieces of software, coding languages, the process of testing and submitting the apps ect. I decided it would be something that would come at a later point when I am more experienced. However, after reading into Ionic it sounds like the perfect tool for me to use for this exact scenario! It makes me feel more comfortable and confident moving forward with the process. I am so thankful I discovered it here at Codeland! Thank you!
Right now I'm learning Angular. Lately I've gone back into some of the past projects I've made and updating the code. I haven't build a mobile app yet but I'd love to build one in the future. I'm not sure what my dream mobile app would be, but I'd probably build something that helps others in some small way.
Nice to see Ionic as one of sponsors on CodeLand '22!
For me - I would like to learn technologies for mobile apps as one day I would like to finally write a companion app for my personal project (radio listening page).
Thanks Aigars, we are delighted to be a part of this year's event!
I'm learning full-stack Js and this sounds right up my alley! Thank you for being here.
Thank you for your sponsorship of CodeLand 2022, Iconic!!! This is my second time attending and it's such fun and uplifting event! Glad to learn more about you and your offerings!
Hey right-back at you, Gracie!
I've been developing a React Native app at my company and even though I'm aware of Ionic I never went deep into it. Sounds cool and will definitely explore with it! Thank you for sponsoring 😉
Early developer here, I haven't build a mobile app from scratch yet. Just updating the web apps we already use. I definitely want to build one of my own though!
I am a Front End developer, I am excited to see Ionic here!