73: Ionic Applications


Google Developer Expert (GDE) & Ionic Developer Relations Code Crafter MIke Hartington (@mhartington) joins the panel to discuss Ionic and the future of the project with AngularJS & Cordova. Ionic is “The beautiful open source front-end SDK for developing hybrid mobile apps using web technologies.”

Once upon a time embedding web views in native apps was considered a bad practice in development by many. Now that the hybrid technologies have advanced much further than imagined, is there still a ‘war’ between the hybrid & native approaches? Have we reached a point where it doesn’t really matter which you choose?

Simple enough to wrap your head around...right? Mike talks about the different types of applications you would create for mobile experiences and why you would choose these approaches in your applications. He further goes on to talk more in detail about the framework and how it is being used today.

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