Yes, it is (and much easier to do it if you were trying to import vuetify in quasar) but I don’t recommend it.
Vuetify is a complete mess (read my comment here about it), you’ll save a lot of time if you switch completely to Quasar, and quasar-cli
v0.15 is about to come, and with it a few api changes regarding to layouts so you may want to wait a few days more and do the switch.
Having the same problem. The Modal height is not auto-adjusted when resizing window or changing content. The scroll bar shows up when reducing the window height, even there is still a lot of empty space above/below the modal.
To be clear: if after installing, quasar dev does not work for you, try npm run dev. Also, after installing, you can do npm run build, and copy the new dist folder to your node_modules\quasar-framework folder, (don’t forget to copy the package.json, icons and i8n folders as well). This will allow you to use it in an existing project.
[Edit: it is best to create a Simlink from your node_modules/quasar-framework folder to the dist folder of your cloned v0.15. This way, you can get the latest changes from Github, and then simply rebuild v.015. The magic of simlinks!]
Be prepared for updating your existing Vue files to use the new/updated components. Make a backup of your project first :grinning:
For now you can do something like in your vue file that has a navigation footer bar:
<style lang="stylus" scoped>
// iPhone X
@media only screen and (max-device-width: 375px) and (max-device-height: 812px) and (-webkit-device-pixel-ratio: 3)
height 84px !important