Recently I pulled out an older Cordova-based project from a dusty GIT shelf and wanted to check if I needed to adjust stuff to make it run fine under iOS 10. I always like to check if the plugin dependencies are outdated and if there are newer plugin versions available (and needed) to make the project OS proof again.
That just reminded me how tedious of a job checking plugin versions was again! I have found out some nice ways to upgrade your Cordova plugins all at once. But there are times you don’t want to reinstall them all and just cherry pick which ones you want to upgrade.
As it appears, Dave Alden has come to the rescue by providing a kick-ass (Mac OS X) Terminal utility.
Check out the details about this cool tool after the break.