Today at the first ever official Ioniconf, we unveiled a number of exciting updates to Capacitor and the Capacitor community.
In no particular order, we announced:
Today we are excited to announce Capacitor 2.0!
Capacitor 2.0 offers some key platform updates as well as security and bug fixes. These include:
We documented the whole update and talked about what's next for Capacitor over on the Ionic blog.
Check it out:
Today I’m thrilled to announce the 1.0 release of Capacitor, Ionic’s new Native API Container that makes it easy to build web apps that run on iOS, Android, and the web as Progressive Web Apps—with full access to native functionality on each platform.
We documented this momentous occasion over on the Ionic blog, complete with a comparison to Cordova and where Capacitor is headed from here.