Using Ionic with Any Framework (or None at All)



By Josh Morony 

Last week, I released an article that discussed Stencil and the impact that it will have on the Ionic framework. The key point is that Stencil is being used to rebuild all of Ionic’s components as web components, which will remove Ionic’s dependence on Angular.

This does not mean that Ionic is moving away from Angular, in fact, when these changes are implemented it will likely go unnoticed by a lot of people. There will be some performance improvements, but any changes that need to be made to the way applications are built with Ionic and Angular today will be minimal.


The big difference is that since Ionic’s components will just be generic web components, they can be used anywhere. You could use them with Angular, React, Vue, jQuery, that new framework that was just released, or you could use them with absolutely no framework at all.

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