A bet on the web is a bet you can’t lose.
This has long been our mantra at Ionic. Whether it’s our love for PWAs or web components, we’re continuing to double down on the web as we head into 2019.
And today, we’re happy to announce that two Ionic faves, yours truly and Mike Hartington, are launching a new project with the goal of further amplifying our web-bet message: the Bet on the Web podcast.
Doesn’t everyone have a podcast these days? Probably, but this one is different. Instead of yet another “Technology X Show”, we’ll be chatting about a variety of topics through the lens of the Open Web. Expect to hear from the core Ionic team, as well as other industry leaders as we examine important industry trends, share thought-leadership ideas, and debate the latest technology shaping the web platform landscape.
And, it’s your lucky day because Bet on the Web is available now! Check out the first three episodes on the web (naturally) and Apple Podcasts:
Expect more cross-platform availability (Spotify, etc.) soon! In the meantime, if you like what you hear, please leave an Apple review.
Ready to jump in? Check out our newest episodes below. Happy listening!
Episode 0: Hello World! Mike interviews Matt, the new Senior Product Evangelist for Ionic’s enterprise offerings. Find out how he went from enterprise .NET development, to hybrid mobile apps on the side, to landing a marketing role at Ionic.
Episode 1: Hybrid vs. Native Deep Dive. An introduction to cross-platform hybrid development for architects and app development leaders.
Episode 2: Why Hybrid App Development? FAQs, Answered. Are you trying to decide the best approach to developing a mobile app for your organization? Tune in to hear the top four concerns analyzed in depth: User experience, costs to build and maintain, time to market, and development organization fit.
We have many more great episodes to come, focusing on hybrid mobile apps, enterprise architecture, frontend security, progressive web apps, and continuous deployment on mobile.
Have an idea for another topic you’d like us to cover? Leave a note in the comments below or tweet us at @IonicFramework.