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Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by companies and developers who chose Ionic in their tech stack.
I'm currently doing some research to build a full cross-platform system that our personnel will use for various management and selling purposes, this is just a first step to migrate (and clean, lots of cleaning) a gigantic and obsolete system made in Java 7 with a nightmarish coupling between logic and view layers.
Since the system itself is considerably large, we are currently migrating the essential modules of its logic to an ExpressJS driven Restful API.
As a complementary project, I must find a way to share the highest possible amount of view code while achieving said cross-platform capacity.
My approach is the following:
- Angular 7+ and Ionic 5 for Android and iOS.
- Angular 7+ for the web.
- Angular 7+ and Electron for Desktop.
Angular is the common part, and considering that
Ionic can work on any platform, i'm wondering what is the best way to achieve a non-conflicting integration of
Electron.js to the very-commonly-used
Angular+Ionic Stack for both Mobile and Web development?
I've stumbled with a quite good template build called
Polyonic but I would love to hear more about the matter before taking such a long-lasting decision.
Hi, I am a new developer using Ionic to develop a mobile app. I have recently tried to build a social mobile app which will have video calling, payment transaction, chatting, sharing, etc. I am now confused as to which framework I should use for the backend: Spring Boot or ExpressJS or NestJS? Any detailed advice will be better for my development. Looking forward to your valuable reply.
Hi community, I am looking into how I should build my tech stack for a business/analytics platform. I am not very familiar with frontend development; when looking into cross-platform frameworks, I found a lot of options. What is the best cross-platform frontend framework to go with? I found Flutter interesting, but Ionic also looks promising? Thank you for the advice!
- Performance obsessed
- Utilizes Angular and React
- Native focused
- Beautifully designed
- Based on Web Components