Future of Ionic (Native)

Does anyone know the ionic time plans for the next 3 years?

Will it be possible to create similar native apps when react native

The teams at Ionic have been hard at work releasing features and fixes to make building web native apps easier than ever, and we do not plan on slowing down anytime soon :slightly_smiling_face:.

Earlier this year we released Capacitor 3 and Ionic Portals, and we will be releasing Ionic 6 very soon!

We have some longer term plans we cannot talk about quite yet, but we do see the entire Ionic platform as a long term solution for building great mobile apps.


What liam said.

TLDR: we’ll be around for a long time.


Ionic will support the webassembly?

Ionic apps run in a web browser, so as long as that browser supports WebAssembly, you can use it in your application.

Run I know it works, I want to know if it generates the binary in WebAssembly in the near future

We do not have plans to compile Ionic to WebAssembly. Ionic is more concerned with the user interface of your app and does not have any JavaScript-heavy scripts, so there likely would not be much performance benefit if we compiled Ionic down to WebAssembly.

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