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I found these three div share the same scrollbar. If I want these div have their own scrollbar and the max height (including the page resized), do I need some functions such as calc in css, or quasar have other helper classes to do this？
Use a slider component with your content in each slide. Then you can watch the @slide event emitted from the slider and change the tabs above. Problem is that you have to have a prop for the tab nav and the currentSlide in the slider and sync them altogether which can be a pain.
Currently the tabs component doesn’t support this out of the box. You can file an issue on github and who ever has time to do this first will try to do a PR.
Yeah, the sliding mechanism can be either horizontal or vertical. With a slider like functionality though, you are stuck to swiping one day at a time. Whereas, with the iOS selection wheel, you can “spin it”, which makes selection a better UX for date selection.
Razvan is off for this week. As he suggested, it would be really cool, if you could put your finding together in a docs page. Even just some text here in this thread would be super, if you aren’t up for making a docs PR. It would be hugely appreciated.
Quasar is a front-end framework. What you are looking for or rather where you should be looking is within the API or backend, which Quasar currently doesn’t have. There are two API wrappers in the works. One for a REST API based on FeathersJS and another for a GraphQL API based on Apollo. They should get you a lot closer to what you are looking for.
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