Ionic has been around for two years now. It is a great set of tools for developing hybrid applications based on AngularJS. Ionic is extremely popular at the moment, with more than one million applications built and a growing community of thousands of developers.
I have heard about the Telerik’s native transition plugin for Cordova recently. To me this is not only a game changer in the hybrid industry, but in the entire mobile application industry. To help the Ionic community to use native transitions I created ionic-native-transitions a plugin available on github and npm
This tutorial is a post that I did for tutsplus.com. It will explain you step by step how to create a modern, hybrid, mobile application (iOS and Android) of your WordPress website using the latest technologies.
AngularJS and Ionic performance is often questioned. The reason is because it does not necessarily comes out of the box. This post list all you need to focus on in order to get the best performance and user experience out of them.
Push notification is always a pain when it comes to find the perfect free service. If you are hosting your WordPress website there is no need to subscribe any of those services. With your server you have already what it takes to send push notifications to your subscriber. No third party service involved, just your WordPress server and your application.