Webpack 2 starter kit
It’s a great pleasure to announce the Webpack 2 setup. Use CLI to generate a project folder:
$ quasar init default <folder_name>
Please note that it’s currently in beta although everything should work without issues.Please give it a try and offer some feedback. Thanks!
Once it’s out of beta (shouldn’t take more than a few days) it will become the main Quasar starter kit.
Ohh… another update. Cool…
Time to update the
quasarframework/client-devDocker container and test the new build script too.
Although, this brings up something I haven’t thought about. Currently, there is only the “latest” tag as a version for the container. This means users of the container have no way of knowing what version of Quasar it would include. For instance, a user downloading the container now won’t get this new addition.
Should the addition of Webpack 2 support actually have warranted a version change in Quasar too? If yes, then we can match the image tag of the container with the latest released version of Quasar.
@s.molinari Don’t update anything yet. Let it get out of beta first.
I made a simple test and it seems to work correctly.
@fsgiudice thx for the feedback. please do let me know if you find any issue.