I was looking at the git repo, trying to get my head around the save-exact versions of angular dependencies in my package.json (specifically, looking to see if there’s movement to upgrade to newer versions of angular), and some of the active branches in ionic-team/ionic are interesting (although a tiny bit worrisome too).
It looks like the documentation is being shifted to talk about Ionic as being a web-component framework, rather than an angular one. Is the plan to make more general the UI framework and cordova stuff, so people could (say) write react stuff inside an ionic app if they so desired?
Mostly, this is curiosity, but it’s also me trying to get a lay of the land here - I don’t want to spend a ton of time writing my hybrid mobile app using a lot of angular syntax and code if version 5 of the framework is going to end up deprecating angular, requiring me to go and replace all those
ngOnInit bits with
ionDidInit or whatever.