Today we’re formally announcing our Long Term Support plan, a documented approach aimed at strengthening the stability and frequency of releases. As part of this initiative, each major version of Bootstrap will receive at least six months of support after it is retired, followed by six months of critical bug fixes and security updates.

Starting today, Bootstrap 3 will move to end of life, and will no longer receive critical security updates.

Bootstrap 4 moved to Long Term Support release on February 14, 2019 and will no longer receive new features. It will continue to receive bug fixes, security updates, and documentation updates.

Bootstrap 5 is under active development. You can follow our progress on GitHub.

A special thanks to @XhmikosR for his tireless work in pushing us forward.

<3,

@mdo & team

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We’re officially hiring for a number of engineering roles at Ionic. I wanted to quickly expand on what those roles entail and what the day to do day looks like, and also share some insight into what we do here at Ionic day in and day out! Senior Engineer – Desktop IDE (Studio) Link to […]

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This post was written by community member Masahiko Sakakibara. He is a Web Native App Developer (using JavaScript and PHP) and organizer of the Ionic Japan User Group. Recently, he’s started to use Capacitor and is currently developing plugins for Facebook Login and Admob. Follow him on Twitter @rdlabo. Ionic 4 provides excellent performance out-of-the-box. […]

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Today we’re excited to introduce support for Capacitor to Ionic Appflow, covering all features such as cloud-based native builds, real-time updates, and CI/CD automation. If you’re already a user of Appflow and Capacitor, feel free to skip down to the section below, Setting Up Capacitor, for instructions on how to get started. Ionic Appflow is […]

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We’re halfway through 2019, and I thought it would be a good time to take a step back and share a bit about what is going on at Ionic the company. We don’t often talk about the “business side” of Ionic, at least not in the way that we do our open source stuff. Part […]

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