I use a Windows machine to build cordova for android, and a virtual machine with MacOS to build for ios. The folder ‘src-cordova’ is created automatically when I do ‘quasar build -m cordova -T android’. Then I add some cordova plugins and do the final build.
For some plugins I also need to do some adjustments in config.xml to get everything right. Is manually adjusting config.xml even a good idea or could this be done in an other way?
Then I need to build the app for ios. I don’t really like the idea of having to do all the work (plugins and config.xml) on MacOS again. How is this supposed to work? Putting the entire ‘src-cordova’ folder into a version control system seems like a bad idea, when only config.xml really matters. I guess I’m not the only one that is using multiple machines (or developers) to build apps?
Further, I like the idea (for beginners) of using just quasar to all the building stuff, but at some point you want to be able to do extra things in webpack and cordova. Is this supported or are we supposed to use only quasar ?