What Does Ionic 3 Mean for Ionic 2?

By Josh Morony

If you started out on Ionic 1, maybe you’re at the point now where you feel settled and comfortable after taking on the challenge of switching over to Ionic 2. If you don’t follow the particulars of versioning trends for frameworks, you might just about fall out of your seat when learning that Ionic 3 is now just around the corner (as in a corner that is about a few weeks long).

If that describes you I can settle your fears right now, the change from Ionic 2 to Ionic 3 will be nothing like that change from Ionic 1 to Ionic 2. Ionic, like Angular, is just using a different versioning system now (SemVer) where the transition from 2.x.x to 3.0.0 just represents a major update, not a complete framework change.

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