The auto-update feature works fine but you are right - the previous indicator is not available in the libraries version 5.0.
We are really sorry, but there is no way it can be included back. (
Now, to make sure the feature works for your app:
1. Right after you enable the plugin, for example you have to build and install the application to your device.
2. After that, you can make changes and click on "Export-Auto Update".
3. Open the installed application.
4. Please wait a few minutes to refresh the application with a new version.
You can make some changes on the start page to check if you can see them immediately.
Your auto update is not professional. IE. When I login the app kicks me out again and then I have to re-login again because the Auto Updatewas not complete but app did not prevent me from executing while auto update still in progress.
As a user, this will cause frustration as it looks like an error.
You need to fix this. This is not acceptable operation. Very shoddy.
which is recommended by Ionic: https://ionicframework.com/docs/nativ...
If you need to change it's behavior, you can use any another similar plugin or change the existing one.
Unlucky it is deprecated: https://github.com/nordnet/cordova-ho...
Could you please specify if you are using the latest Appery.io library for this project?
There are some details you should be aware of. Check the section "Auto-updating of Projects with Deprecated Libraries Versions" in this document: https://docs.appery.io/docs/appexport-a ... tic-update.
Also, did you rebuild the app after reinstalling the corrupt plugin?
Resolved. I disabled all plugins untill I found the culprits. There was more than one.
This is a huge problem, Cordova not being backward compatible with older plugins. I have now lost functionality and my app is basically useless unless I find a workaround.