Ionic react beta announced by Ionic team

Ionic react beta announced by Ionic team

On 21 Feb 2019, the Ionic team made an announcement for Ionic React in beta release.

Ionic is best known for popular open source Framework, which at its core is a collection of UI components for building high-quality, cross-platform hybrid apps. All of these components are built with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and can be easily deployed natively to iOS and Android devices, to desktop with Electron, or to the web as a progressive web app (PWA). Building with web technologies allows developers to leverage their existing skills for native development, while also depending on the stability of the web. Meaning, you don’t have to learn any special new tools, use a subset of CSS, or rewrite portions of your app when building with Ionic. It just works across multiple platforms.

Ionic Framework associated with Angular. Ionic and Angular have been exclusively paired for a long time. With the recent release of Ionic Framework 4.0, this has been changed.

Now, Ionic’s core is able to adapt and expand to support many different frameworks also.

The Ionic team has been working towards making Ionic work with React and Vue.

These components are written in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and can easily be deployed natively to iOS and Android devices, desktop with Electron, or to the web as a progressive web app.

You can easily get started with Ionic React with the create-react-app tool. The Ionic team also offers to the users to use TypeScript in their apps to get a better developer experience.

The team has also plans for making React Native and Ionic work together.

 

You can get more information from Ionic Blog site.

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