Capacitor was built as an alternative to Cordova, and although much is similar in terms of its methodology, the workflow and commands you will use in a Capacitor application will look quite different to Cordova.
In this tutorial, we start out with a simple Ionic application and walk through how to integrate Capacitor and how to use the basic commands. Although the video is specifically about Ionic, you do not need to use Ionic in order to use Capacitor. If you are using something else with Capacitor, just replace all of the
ionic cap commands with
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