If the apps are in the stores, you don't need to do anything.
The plugins are now managed through npm, bringing alignment between Cordova/PhoneGap and PhoneGap Build.
The teams wanted one central source for the plugins.
The applications are managed in house and distributed to our team. Will the products work after Nov 15th on iOS devices? How can I correct the plugins for future releases?
The first one I have is https://www.npmjs.com/package/cordova-plugin-camera
When I view the logs it still tells me the same
Does this mean I just change source="npm" instead of "pgb"?
Also, will I need to do a new build of every one of my applications before November 15th, or will they work as expected in production after November 15th? I need to know if it is strictly an issue with the compile, or if my apps will stop to work.
I think I found reading the article that the name does change to what is found on the plugin search on NPM website. I am testing this now. I now need to know if I need to double back on all of my applications that are in production with the old PGB reference, or if they are ok until the next build.
The latter. They are OK, since plugins are only retrieved during build time, not at execution time.