The Ionic team announces a new version of Capacitor.
Like any major version change, Capacitor 3.0 will include some new features, but also some changes to how plugins are consumed. They’ve been tracking their ideas on GitHub and have created a few issues to share their plans. This covers new features and bug fixes to Capacitor-Core, as well as splitting out the plugins to their own packages.
If you want to check on the progress or find the reason for these changes, they have a main Capacitor 3.0 issue which covers this.
There are also two other issues related to plugins and upgrade guides you could also track as well:
Also read Mike Hartington’s posts for more: