..getProjectMetadata ionic

The getProjectMetadata method in Ionic is used to retrieve metadata about an Ionic project. This method allows you to access information such as the name, description, and version of the project.

To use the getProjectMetadata method, you can import it from the @ionic/cli package and call it within your Ionic project. Here's an example of how you can use it:

const { getProjectMetadata } = require('@ionic/cli');

async function fetchProjectMetadata() {
  try {
    const metadata = await getProjectMetadata();

    // Access the project metadata
    const projectName = metadata.name;
    const projectDescription = metadata.description;
    const projectVersion = metadata.version;

    // Do something with the project metadata
    console.log('Project Name:', projectName);
    console.log('Project Description:', projectDescription);
    console.log('Project Version:', projectVersion);
  } catch (error) {
    console.error('Error fetching project metadata:', error);


In the example code above, we import the getProjectMetadata method from the @ionic/cli package. We then define an async function called fetchProjectMetadata that retrieves the project metadata using getProjectMetadata.

Inside the fetchProjectMetadata function, we use await to wait for the getProjectMetadata method to complete and store the metadata in a variable called metadata. We can then access specific properties of the metadata, such as name, description, and version.

Finally, we log the project name, description, and version to the console. If there is an error while fetching the project metadata, we catch it and log the error.

This is a basic example of how to use the getProjectMetadata method in Ionic. You can customize the code according to your specific needs and use cases.