I know it’s super early, but is Ionic compatible with Cordova 4.0?
I’m wondering the same thing, as google dev console is giving me the following warning:
"This app is built on a version of Apache Cordova that contains security vulnerabilities. This includes a high severity cross-application scripting (XAS) vulnerability."
Not sure what version I should update cordova to.
I think @nokturnal is talking about the CLI? because the newest versions of the platforms is 3.6.3 and 3.6.4.
You can update your platforms to the newest one:
cordova platform update ios
You can also install a specific platform like this:
ionic platform add email@example.com
To see what versions of each platform you got you can do:
I use cordova CLI 4.0 and it seems to work fine. xCode 6.1 though… not so good…
We’re talking about the CLI indeed. Is there a way to update an ios app to e.g. cordova 3.6.1. I’m getting the following errors if I just try to update:
cordova platform update ios Error: No compatible version found: cordova-ios@'>=8458588.0.0-0 <8458589.0.0-0' Valid install targets: ["3.5.0","3.6.0","3.6.1","3.6.3"] cordova platform list Installed platforms: android 3.6.4, ios 3.4.1
I’d like to update to ios 3.6.3
I tried this with no luck:
cordova platform update firstname.lastname@example.org Platform "email@example.com" is not installed. See `cordova platform list`.
Thanks for your help!
What version of the CLI do you have (
cordova -v)? you maybe have to upgrade it?
sudo npm install -g firstname.lastname@example.org
cordova -v 4.0.1-nightly.2014.9.29
oh! well then
cordova update ios should work… Maybe you have to remove and then add ios platform again
Thanks, I’ll try that.