> Ideally, it would continue to work with things like Phonegap Build and other tools
the Phonegap/Cordova community bring forth. Does the current plugin benefit from the
mainstream Push-as-a-Service vendors? I am not sure if they participate in the
plugin's future feature enhancements - can we keep up or outpace them?
Don't really know what you mean when you say that Push-as-a-Service vendors will
participate in the plugin future enhancements. This plugin is very basic 'native'
push integration into cordova. It's only 370 lines of java code and about the same on
Thinking a bit more about this from these 370 lines we could throw away a lot, as it's
code that is already in our native libraries as well. Making this plugin more a rewrite
then a fork. It's basically just a small cordova integration for Unified Push