As a total novice to all things Android development, imagine my surprise at being told the team I’m working in are using a framework called ionic. I’d never heard of it before, but the guys I’ve spoken to about it are well impressed it.

That’s good enough for me I thought.  So I hit the great tutorials at to see what they had and I was chuffed to find a few courses.  That’s the next few evenings taken care of I thought.  Seems, that this Android setup on Windows 10 is a bit of a dog though – so could be just a watching course, rather than actual hands-on.

Either way, I’ll be doing my very best to get the most I can out of the experience and see where it takes me. 

Could be I learn a great deal more about a lot of non-ionic things along the way, which would be pretty neat too tbh.