I’m a little confused. I suspect that the key issues between platforms would be:
a) How is Safari handling rendering vs. Chrome
b) How are they handling events (on-tap/on-hold/etc)
c) What cordova plugins work and what don’t (which you anyway can’t test on a desktop)
I tried ionic --lab right now, and the experience on either window was 100% same for my app --> but in reality Android does feel different - its choppier as one example, on-hold does not seem to work for all devices etc.
What exactly is ionic serve --lab helping with? It is a little unclear to me what including those two classes are doing (sorry, I’m a newbie to all of this)