An almost complete Angular component library.
A zen guide to CSS via a single form HTML page.
HTML5 framework/components for web and mobile apps.
HTML5 game engine index, a replacement for Flash.
A HTML5 & Cordova mobile framework.
1 December 2022 @ 6:54 pm
Picture this – your team is tasked with building three mission-critical native applications simultaneously. Already spread thin and with 3 new high-priority projects, there’s no room for error. In addition to creating and maintaining multiple code bases, if something breaks – there’s nowhere to turn. This is the reality for many enterprise teams today, but […]
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29 November 2022 @ 2:08 pm
According to Statista, consumers downloaded 230 billion mobile apps to their connected devices in 2021, up 63% from five years prior. Even more jarring, these numbers account for only first-time downloads and exclude re-installs and installed updates to these same applications. This type of hyper-growth was fueled, in part, by the global pandemic. As a […]
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21 November 2022 @ 4:39 pm
The Micro Frontends Summit will bring together technical leaders from around the world to discuss the latest in mobile micro frontends. Here's who you can expect to see there!
The post Announcing Your MFE Summit 2023 Speakers appeared first on Ionic Blog.
18 November 2022 @ 5:30 pm
Appflow, the mobile DevOps platform from Ionic, lets teams push certain app changes instantly with the Live Update feature. The Appflow dashboard provides functionality to restrict these live updates to certain versions of your native application. Now, this native versioning feature is also available in the Ionic Cloud CLI so you can easily update from […]
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14 November 2022 @ 2:08 pm
Mobile operating systems are always changing, which means the software used to build your applications needs to as well. At Ionic, we track these updates to ensure you have the most relevant native binary build software within Appflow, our mobile CI/CD solution. Here are the latest build stack updates coming your way. Out with the […]
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9 November 2022 @ 6:48 pm
With the release of Chrome 108 in late November, Chrome will change how the Layout Viewport resizes when the on-screen keyboard gets shown. This change requires developers to take action on their Ionic apps to continue to provide a good experience when using keyboards. This change only impacts Ionic apps running in Chrome for Android […]
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7 November 2022 @ 9:05 am
We’re incredibly excited to share the news that Ionic is joining OutSystems to help build the category leader in enterprise app development.
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4 November 2022 @ 6:44 pm
The Appflow mobile DevOps platform provides everything you need for mobile builds and deployments, including the ability to push live updates to users instantly. In addition to an easy-to-use dashboard, live updates are configurable with the Live Update API. A new demo app and tutorial highlights the features and customizations available with the Appflow Live […]
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4 November 2022 @ 4:00 pm
This is a guest post from Michel Tobon, a senior front end developer who is passionate about mobile technologies and frontend frameworks. “Write what you know” -Mark Twain How different is the economy of building a native vs a hybrid application? This piece is an analysis of that question, and not only focuses […]
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31 October 2022 @ 8:29 pm
Appflow, the mobile DevOps platform from Ionic, is excited to introduce support for iOS Schemes and Android Variants. Leveraging Appflow’s Custom Environments feature, you can now specify custom build settings using the Schemes or Variants already defined for your mobile application project. With support for iOS Schemes and Android Variants, Appflow gives you powerful functionality […]
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Explore the world of HTML5 web components.
Bootstrap in your browser, rapid html and css.
A great resource for jquery plugins (canvas, navigation, etc)
Also in angular: https://angular-js.in/
Sleek, intuitive, and powerful front-end framework for faster and easier web development.
22 November 2022 @ 8:00 am
We’ve deviated from developing v5.3.0 to ship a new patch release, Bootstrap v5.2.3, with a handful of more urgent bug fixes.
Added the missing :root CSS variables to our utilities bundle
Fixed the deprecation warning with Sass 1.56.0
Fixed the RTL translate() direction for carousels
Fixed tooltip and popover disposal inconsistencies
We’re heading right back to it with v5.3.0 with support for color modes, new utilities, and more. Look for a pre-release of that soon.
Get the release
Head to https://getbootstrap.com for the latest. It’s also been pushed to npm:
npm i [email protected]
11 November 2022 @ 12:01 am
Bootstrap Icons v1.10.0 is here with nearly 150 new icons. This release includes tons of new variants for person, building, and database icons, plus new brands, rockets, road signs, globes, and many more. We’re now at over 1,900 icons!
150 new icons
Here’s a quick look at all the new icons in v1.10.0:
Some highlights for the new icons include:
22 new person icons
26 new house icons
24 new building icons, including a renamed building to buildings
22 new database icons
24 new street sign icons
New globe icons
New EV, taxi, bus, and scooter transportation icons
3 October 2022 @ 8:00 am
Bootstrap v5.2.2 has landed with new bug fixes and documentation updates—keep reading to see what’s changed!
Use Sass variable for the accordion color instead of an invalid CSS variable
Undo changes to .btn:hover from v5.2.1. We now explicitly target .btn-check styles instead.
Temporarily restore ability for dropdowns to work without an explicit data attribute (will be removed again in v6)
Improve modal event listeners
Use <h1> for all .modal-title instances in our docs
Don’t redefine $border-color in table-variant() mixin
7 September 2022 @ 4:00 pm
Bootstrap v5.2.1 is here with fixes from our latest minor release, v5.2. As a patch release, these changes are limited to bug fixes, documentation updates, and some dependency updates.
We’ve also continued to iterate on a few other projects to help folks get up and running with Bootstrap with npm, other JS frameworks, and various build tools. Keep reading to learn more.
We’ve updated our calc() functions to work around an apparent bug in postcss-values-parser that prevented our source Sass files from compiling properly when building with React and PostCSS. The fix was to reverse the order of our multiplication inside calc() functions. Be aware you may need to make similar modifications depending on your own customizations.
19 July 2022 @ 4:00 pm
Bootstrap v5.2.0 is finally stable! We’ve ironed out more bugs, improved more documentation, written new guides and built out new functional environment examples, and so much more!
Keep reading for highlights from both beta and stable releases.
As previewed in our beta release, the docs have been redesigned! It starts with our new homepage where we have a more complete representation of Bootstrap’s features and an updated design.
The docs sidebar navigation has been overhauled to have always expanded groups for easier browsing, a brand new DocSearch experience with search history, and new responsive offcanvas drawers for both si
19 July 2022 @ 3:30 pm
After several months, we’ve finally shipped Bootstrap v4.6.2, one of our last releases for the v4. It’s a bit of a maintenance patch featuring bug fixes, dependency updates, and some docs updates.
Read on for the highlights or head to the v4.6.x docs to see the latest in action.
There are two big highlights in v4.6.2:
First, we’ve added an example to our Collapse plugin docs to show how to use horizontal collapsing. This has long been possible via our JS, but we never had an official class to utilize it.
Second, we’ve replaced the deprecated color-adjust with print-color-adjust in our Sass files as part of the Autoprefixer v10.4.6 issues. This should quiet the issues folks have seen from that dependency change. If you’re using our distribution CSS files, like bootstrap.min.
13 July 2022 @ 12:01 am
Bootstrap Icons v1.9.0 is here with over 140 new and updated icons, including some longstanding requests for new brands, transportation options, numbers and letters, and so much more. With this release, we’re now at over 1,800 icons!
140+ new icons
Here’s a quick look at all the new icons in v1.9.0:
Tons of new brand icons including popular browsers, Ubuntu, Google Play, Android, Dropbox, and many more.
New transportation icons including cars, trains, planes, fuel, and common road signs.
New number and letter icons for 1-9, R, C, CC, H, and P (for use cases like registered trademark, copyright, Creative Commons, hospital or helicopter,
16 May 2022 @ 12:00 am
Bootstrap v5.2.0-beta1 added a slew of CSS custom properties, or CSS variables, across the :root level and all our core components. Here’s a quick look at how you can utilize them in your projects.
With CSS variables, you can now customize Bootstrap easier than ever, and without the need for a CSS preprocessor. All the power of Sass is still there behind the scenes, but CSS variables adds a ton of power for the future. Use and compose new values, updates styles globally without recompiling, set fallback values, setup new color modes, and more.
Let’s dig in.
Their official name is custom properties, but they’re often referred to as CSS variables thanks to their most immediate use case for setting specific values. Consider reading
13 May 2022 @ 12:01 am
Bootstrap Icons v1.8.2 has arrived with some bug fixes and a refreshed docs design to match our main project.
Here’s a quick rundown on the icon fixes:
Fix cutoff bank icon
Fix house-heart and house-heart-fill fill-rules
Fix corners of pentagon icons to match other shapes
Fix fill-rule for x-lg
Fix cutoff tool icon
On the CSS side, we’ve also added font-display: block to help address our icon font affecting Google Lighthouse scores.
Looking for more new icons? Head to the issue tracker to check for open requests or submit a new one.
To get started, install or update via npm:
13 May 2022 @ 12:00 am
It’s the biggest release since v5 itself—Bootstrap v5.2.0-beta1 is here! This release features redesigned docs, CSS variables for all our components, responsive offcanvas, new helpers and utilities, refined buttons and inputs, and lots of improvements under the hood.
Given the size of the update and time since our last release, we’re doing something different and shipping it as a beta first. Keep reading for details.
Why so long?
I want to start by acknowledging the time it’s taken to ship a new release. As an open source maintainer, I’m constantly worried about not doing or being good enough of a developer for my projects. Pair that with a distributed team all working through this pandemic and me having a heart attack, we’ve all needed some down time. I managed to put together a
1 December 2022 @ 11:44 am
Color Formats in CSS * gpu-io * Inkbase * Infisical * The large, small, and dynamic viewport units
29 November 2022 @ 1:16 pm
A tutorial where you'll learn how to create a pencil effect with a sketchy look using Three.js post-processing.
28 November 2022 @ 2:30 pm
A collection of attractive Cyber Monday deals that can help you and your business.
28 November 2022 @ 12:15 pm
Alternatives * unjs * Dittytoy * Curations * Lumi * Futicons * Wasp
26 November 2022 @ 10:01 am
The latest collection of the most creative and inspiring demos and code experiments from around the web.
25 November 2022 @ 11:35 am
In this tutorial we will go over implementing the Game of Life in Three.js using ping pong buffering and off-screen renderbuffers.
24 November 2022 @ 2:17 pm
22 November 2022 @ 1:27 pm
Two ideas for animating images from an inline layout to a column or grid-based one.
17 November 2022 @ 2:38 pm
GitHub Blocks * CSS Clothoid Corners * CSS Hover Light Card * Stylify * Openblocks
16 November 2022 @ 10:51 am
A fresh collection of the most creative and trendy websites for your inspiration.