Accessing cordova plugins through cordova because this is how they are supposed to work. Has nothing to do with Quasar, but with cordova-lib.
Eslint rules (from .eslintrc.js file) has cordova specified as exception so it won’t signal any errors.
You say “if we were to eslint”… Please do lint your code! It makes it all better and you can capture some errors at compile time
Regarding Camera --> good question. Ask cordova owners (or camera plugin owner) a question about this.
@fsgiudice if you write components for Quasar you already have a playground app working there (/dev folder, which is run on npm run dev and compiles Quasar on the fly). Add a page for each new component and test it out there. No need to compile and then use in another repo.
@Martin You’ve straightened that out for me, thank you, the stuff I’m working from has been cobbled together from a previously mostly working Vue prototype, turned into a Quasar prototype, doubtless I got a couple of things mixed up and then tried following the wrong thread; sub-routes, which I simply don’t need.
@AhsanAbrar Hi, like Scott indicated, the framework is pretty stable and usable as it is now. v1.0 will only mean a few features more and (probably) some very minor API changes that will be easy to upgrade to.
Well in this case yeah. The simulator is Quasar App, which needs to be an app on its own. People install in Google Play Store, need to have a feel of the framework. When on a documentation website, the examples need to teach a certain aspect but in a gradually manner. The simulator UI in this case would be a too complex example when starting to learn about FABs (too many features at once in an example that should focus on FABs only).
Makes sense. Thank you.
I already passed this on to the developers here. If they go to analyze the Ionic site, the same thing happens.
@rstoenescu A script I’m using to populate my database. It uses babel-cli and I’ve just realized I could force the babel-cli own presets in the cli. So I’m using the standard Webpack2 .babelrc and it’s working fine. Thanks Razvan!
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