Using Namecheap as example, we will deploy an Angular Universal server side code app to a shared hosting.
I got this horrible “ReferenceError: capacitorExports is not defined” error while running the tests in my Ionic/Angular/Capacitor project after adding a new Plugin. For luck I was able to find a workaround this problem and keep the test running.
But I already linked my Firebase project to your Play Developer Console account! Why does this problem happens I can not tell you, but I can tell you how to fix “The project id used to call the Google Play Developer API has not been linked in the Google Play Developer Console” errors when you know everything is correctly configured
Stop messing with your console.log lines when using a wrapper logger function. Improve your debugging tools and add correct prefixes!
Ionic livereload option is great but there are special situations when you need to detect when an Ionic App is running on device with the livereload flag. For example when you need to fetch data from a REST API and you have to use a PROXY so you do not get any Access-Control-Allow-Origin error.