I saw this on: https://ionic-team.github.io/capacitor/
Does that mean we will be able to add native swift/Objective-C for iOS or Java/Kotlin for Android directly into our Ionic app like it is possible with React Native? (https://facebook.github.io/react-native/docs/native-modules-ios.html)
We designed React Native such that it is possible for you to write real native code and have access to the full power of the platform. This is a more advanced feature and we don’t expect it to be part of the usual development process, however it is essential that it exists. If React Native doesn’t support a native feature that you need, you should be able to build it yourself.
This is a more advanced guide that shows how to build a native module. It assumes the reader knows Objective-C or Swift and core libraries (Foundation, UIKit).