As long as you are using core plugins, I believe the same versions should exist on npm as well.
If you have Node installed, you can see all the available versions using:
$ npm view cordova-plugin-device versions
Thanks for getting back to me.
I am running the standard versions of all core plugins, however the latest versions of some of them fail for iOS builds, which is important this doesn't happen on the release. I am wanting to know how to find a version where all builds pass for iOS and Android and input that version number into my config.xml. I just don't know where to find these on npmjs.
I also don't have npm installed due to running the desktop beta of the phonegap app, (and appending plugins later in the config.xml)
Thanks for your help anyhow, and I will keep looking to find a solution.
- Matthew Milan
Software developer and IT manager
used the config.xml for the phonegap developer app to pull versions working for all platforms,
Closing topic, thank you.