Working with Cordova is usually pretty straightforward, the CLI is very flexible. However there are times where a developer might need to change some behavior in Cordova or apply a fix. In order to be able to apply patches on Cordova, first we have to uninstall it using NPM.
After removing cordova from global we need to install 3 repositories.
Assuming that we’ve installed the repo’s to c:\dev below are the final instructions for the setup:
Now your local cordova installation should be ready. The last step is to add c:\dev\cordova-cli\bin to your PATH. After you’re done when you type in
it should display the latest dev version!