If you follow us on Social Media or have read our Dev Blog you may have noticed that we’re big fans of the Ionic Framework: “The beautiful, open source front-end SDK for developing hybrid mobile apps with HTML5.” So you can imagine our excitement when we heard there was going to be a brand spanking new IonicSDK Meet-up group on our proverbial doorstep; somewhere we can wax lyrical about the Ionic Framework, AnugularJS and building mobile applications that can be deployed everywhere.
The Ionic UK Meet-Up group is hosting it’s launch event on the 29th January in Skills Matter offices in London. There’s a full agenda of talks and presentations: Sani Yusuf, the event organiser will get things rolling with a talk about Ionic’s, past, present and future, and a demo of some features. After a live hangout with Ionic Founder Max Lynch and the team at Ionic HQ in the US, there’ll be a showcase where group members can demo what they’ve been building with the framework. Ryan Hanna, founder of chart-topping Ionic-built exercise app Sworkit, will be presenting some of his work, and Andrew Savoury from Adobe’s Phonegap will also be around for those that want to talk about this very successful open-source platform.
We’ll be presenting MobileCaddy during this showcase, so if you’re interested in how our suite of dev/ops tools mobilises the salesforce.com platform, come and check out our demos of seed apps built using the wonderful Ionic framework. We’d also like to demonstrate how Ionic developers can rapidly start building enterprise apps using an encrypted local store, so that the apps work fully offline with no extra development work. This is at the heart of what MobileCaddy does; for information on our design concept please read this blog post by our CEO Justin.
All in all, we’re really looking forward to what promises to be an interesting and insightful evening, and seeing how one of favourite developing platforms is being put to use. Hope to see you there! Feel free to contact us at any point with any queries on email@example.com. To sign up for the meet, follow this link.