If you’re conversant with mobile app development you would have heard about Ionic at on time or the other.
Yesterday, Ionic announced the release of the Ionic Storage V3, an open source library that offers an easy way to store simple data ij ionic apps. Ionic storage allows developers to build single codebase apps while giving them an advantage of using the best storage engine available on the platform the app is running on.
Ionic storage was originally built with only Angular support in mind. Looking at how popular the Ionic community has grown, and the support ionic has for other frameworks they deemed it fit to bring the ionic storage to the rest of the ionic ecosystem.
Localforage-cordovaSQLiteDriverhard coded into the library while it made it easier to use SQLite when running on native mobile it restricted options for other storage engines. This dependency has been removed, but you can still install it by following the SQLite instructions here.
2. The ready() function, originally built for a manual promised based approach has been removed since async/await pattern is now available, Ionic Storage v3 now replaces ready() with create() function which instantiates the database immediately.
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