Quasar v0.14.1 released.
rogeriomq last edited by
Just change the version string in package.json to
There are changes in the structure of boilerplate and dev-libs … Best way is to create a current project and migrate your src from Beta to the new format.
@rogeriomq I have to disagree with that, assuming one is already on 0.14 the easiest way to update to 0.14.1 is to update to the version in
The updates of the packages are not necessary, they are only updated to Webpack v3, which is recommended, but the simple way to update is to just look at the div from 0.14 to 0.14.1 in the template and update accordingly.
Diff of 0.14 template to 0.14.1 it is basically just some changes on the dev server, eslint rules and updated packages, shouldn’t take longer than 10 minutes to adapt to the changes.
rohityadav last edited by
Awesome! @rstoenescu ! thanks
Suraj last edited by Suraj
How to upgrade from 0.13 to 0.14 version? Should I only update package.json and run
yarn upgradeor create new project and move src folder logics?
Also can someone tell me what the framework used for this forum. Its features and user experience is awesome.
@Suraj Have a look in this thread, there is no easy three step guide because lots of things changed with 0.14: http://forum.quasar-framework.org/topic/580/migration-0-13-to-0-14/5
The forum software is called nodeBB
Suraj last edited by
@a47ae Since I had just started project last week, i updated quasar-cli, and manually replaced or modify files/conflicts from a separate bootstrapped project to my project.
@Suraj If you just started this is indeed the easiest way to upgrade.
smakinson last edited by
Thank you! Looking forward to using this on the projects I am starting.
mendesgeo last edited by
Oh my god, I just deployed my webserver to test those new features.
In my opinion quasar is the best and easiest web framework nowadays, I took Quasar 0.13.9 Starter Kit with JWT Authentication and updated it to 14.1. I Also used Loopback server framework for the backend (instead of laravel). Anyone interested to check it out, here’s the link:
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