In this article, we will discuss the “Ionic Framework” and the basic understanding of the framework. As we know today mobile apps are generating more traffic for our websites.
You can see the official video for more basics overview of Ionic Framework.
Ionic Predefined Goals
- Cross-Platform: User can build and deploy apps that work across multiple platforms, such as native iOS, Android, desktop.
- Beautiful Design: User can start with pre-designed components, typography, base theme, and etc.
- Simplicity: Built with simplicity, and easy to learn.
Mobile: Ionic support Android 4.4+ and IOS 10+
Browsers: Ionic also work great within the web browsers, supported browsers are Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari.
LTS (Long Term Support)
The current version of the Ionic framework v4.0.0 is known as a beta version. Also, it’s an LTS version so bug fixes are provided for 2 years and security fixes are provided for 3 years.
Ionic offers paid support to its users. Teams and organizations can choose the plain as per their fit.
In this article, we are discussing “Ionic Framework”. We are trying to explain the basic knowledge of the Ionic. We will discuss more on Ionic such as installation, demo app, tools, and many more in the future post. You can check the official documentation for more basic details. Please feel free to add the comment if any query or you can submit your feedback 🙂