Script & Style Show: Episode 11: Ionic Framework with Max Lynch

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In this episode:  David blames his wife for getting sick and missing last week's show, Todd's got a new Jeep, and David then blames his wife for not letting him have a Jeep.  Oh, and Max Lynch of Ionic Framework fame stops by to talk about Ionic, Stencil, Web Components, the state of mobile development, and how you can create amazing apps with Ionic and its tool suite!  Enjoy!

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