Today, we’re thrilled to announce the release of Capacitor 4.0 🎉. This new major version brings not only a bunch of bug fixes and improvements to the overall codebase, but also bumps the minimum SDK targets to support new Google Play policies. For folks with existing apps, fear not, upgrading to Capacitor 4.0 is nothing […]

This is a guest post from Simon Grimm, Ionic Developer Expert and educator at the Ionic Academy. Simon runs a YouTube channel where he helps web developers build awesome mobile apps based on their existing skills! What happens when your app goes to the background? How do you react when your app is restored? These […]

We’ve been making a lot of buzz about our new VS Code Extension for Ionic Framework. But, you may not know that the extension works with other Capacitor projects as well. In this post, we’ll go over three great features of the Ionic extension that you can leverage for your Capacitor project.

As a web developer first jumping into mobile development with Capacitor, the mobile ecosystem can be a bit overwhelming. Luckily, we’ve got you covered with a list of 6 excellent mobile dev tools that you can use to help take your development to the next level.

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 […]

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. Let’s take a quick look at the Google Maps plugin API and how you can add a map to your app.

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 […]

It’s the modern age of application development. As consumer and business needs for mobile apps continue to grow, organizations that provide technology services must supply integrations and SDKs to keep up with customer demand for mobile app development. Learn how Ionic can partner with your organization to help you build plugins for Capacitor, enabling you […]

Today, I’m excited to share with you new mobile app templates for Capacitor and SolidJS. Solid is a newer frontend framework that has been gaining popularity recently. In the 2021 State of JS survey, Solid had a 90% satisfaction rate as well as excellent starter templates that we can build upon. With Capacitor, developers can […]