Running Custom Native iOS Code in Ionic with Capacitor



By Josh Morony

One of the limiting factors of the hybrid application approach is the reliance on a mostly community driven plugin ecosystem to access native functionality with Cordova. Most of the time you can easily find a Cordova plugin that provides the functionality you want. However, sometimes for more niche requirements you may struggle to find an existing plugin that does what you need, or perhaps you can find one but it is no longer maintained.

If you don’t know how to take matters into your own hands and implement the native functionality yourself, you will hit a brick wall and you will either need to change the requirements of your application or give up.

Capacitor is aiming to make the process of integrating native code into your Ionic projects (or whatever you are using Capacitor with) a little more approachable. You will still need to write native code for the platform you are targeting (as you could with Cordova), but the process of creating a plugin to expose native functionality to your web-based application is quite straight-forward with Capacitor.

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