Keeping overview with new changes/versions

Hey guys,

I have a small question. I love Ionic, but how is it possible to keep up with new changes? E.g. I updated from v1.0.0-beta.14 to v1.0.0-beta.14-nightly-974 and my icons where gone, because the ion-icons changed from ion-ios8-whatever to ion-ios-whatever.

This example is pretty easy, but it’s getting dangerous if the changes are not that obviously. My app is getting pretty complex and I don’t want to check every function of my app on a small update.

Some ideas?

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While we love it when people test out the nightly builds, it does come with the risk of breaking a few things.
So if you’re not up to the risk, I suggest sticking with beta 14.

If your up for the changes, you can check out the git repo when ever we make a commit.
I used to use this tool before I joined the team to keep up with the commits.

@mhartington: That looks interesting, I will give it a try. Yes it comes with risk, but also with great possibilities to help bugfixing which is good for ionic and for us too. We are a development studio from Germany and our mobile applications will be completely ionic based, but we should be up to date to provide our customers the best experience with our products.

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