I hope I have convinced you that when you are planning your next Cordova/Phonegap application, you should use Cordova CLI. While definitely not fully baked, this powerful framework makes it possible to maintain a Cordova application for much longer, and makes building and deploying for testing and development a breeze. Feel free to contact me if you have questions.
Again, remember these posts only cover cordova cli 2.9. Cordova 3.0 is an overhaul that changes how the core Cordova app is assembled, and therefore has different constraints.
In conclusion, here’s a list of all the posts around Cordova CLI:
- What is Cordova CLI
- Alternatives to Cordova CLI
- Installing And Using Cordova CLI
- Placing Cordova CLI projects under version control
- Upgrading projects managed with Cordova CLI
- Hooks and Cordova CLI
- Configuration management using Cordova CLI
- Setting up CORS
- Platform specific configuration files with Cordova CLI
- How to set up a new plugin for use with Cordova CLI
- How to ‘plugman’ify an existing plugin
- Releasing with Cordova CLI