... or not. From what I understand, stenciljs is the platform-agnostic way of building components. Looking at the documentation they seem to be using a mix of Angular and React directives but it's their own thing. In the future we can import those components into Angular
@fr4ngus From the latest blog post they are working on getting their new PWA repo working first because they wanna implement it in ionic 4 from reading it they will ethier be moving away from angular 2 and moving too stencile with web components or they will give you the option to choose.
Is there a ionic or npm command to update the whole project? All libraries / package to the latest major version? Force the version expression of the package.json to store the latest version or ignore the package version. Just get the latest software like creating a new project. A kind of rebuild the package.json. Becuase no need of some old packages for the latest ionic version.
But ok, it's a solution. Maybe the same result. Because in both cases you have to fix some implementations of your app. I think a secure way is to create a new app with same meta data and copy the origin project files one by one. fix problems and so on.
Argh, I've a project with last update was months ago. Doen't build / serve. The update process is really annoying. :sleeping:
Ok, the application source code can't be updated automatically. But the packages and the whole ionic setup. maybe? Anyway, I'll go with a new project and copy the files. It is inevitable.