I’m new on Ionic and I am trying to understand how it works around npm and installation packages on my Win10’s notebook, so I did “npm install -g ionic-angular cordova” where doing the npm info version I see for ionic-angular it’s 2.9.0 version… so I downloaded from github latest version of ionic-native 4.6.0, unpacked it in C:\ and I did “npm update ionic-native” but it didn’t nothing… doing “npm list ionic-native” returned me " '–(empty)"…
What I should do to update correctly ionic-native to latest? And a little confirm: having ionic-angular installed is similar to have ionic and angular in separate way?
If so, you have to update your package.json file. You could do a npm outdate and look what the desired versions are (or current if you feel bold)
If you mean install en your pc the latest version of Ionic in general then you have to do npm -g install ionic@latest
That will give you the latest version of the ionic cli. You can then start a new project with ionic start
I thought ionic is just about modules/packages that could be updated to latest… I guess doing “npm install -g ionic@latest”, at the page link you gave me, means stable release indeed doing separate install is just to update to current release with current functions…
And I am looking for ionic-native because I was thinking to create a simple iOS/Android app which have BLE package.
Lemme guess maybe adding ionic-native in the app instead of ionic installation, will add latest ionic-native , right?