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@april hi i followed your steps in create but i did not get the right output…it only displays plain buttons and texts to my display. Is there something else to do to get the right output same as yours? please help me thank you
Sogl last edited by
I’m want to work with Laravel backend too.
Is there a way to put all functionality into Laravel and work both with Laravel mix and Quasar-cli commands?
s.molinari last edited by
@Sogl - Sorry. No. This isn’t possible currently.
I tried the steps again and was able to see all styling. Perhaps you could check if your npm is up to date and other settings are correct. You could also use Chrome Developer Tool to see if there’s any error behind the scene.
Lightman last edited by
Hi, I can say that april’s method works for me, but with this new versión, I found different errors:
If I try global like “import Quasar from ‘quasar-framework’;” and just use the components, these doesn’t appear, I get don’t registered error.
If I import components one by one, within every .vue, these are loaded, but I get a new error: can’t get “some property” (eg. theme) of undefined, I am thinking that is because “$q” isn’t define, and I must to be too newbie to know how to declare.
willagner last edited by
@jeimz173 I had this problem too, and I can not solve it. Did you solve it?
@willagner yeah by just manually importing the css from dist folder… see the code below
import 'quasar-framework/dist/quasar.mat.css'; import Quasar from 'quasar-framework';
I created another guide for Quasar v0.14. Hope it helps!
hi @april just got read your article and its cool! :) like you