@packy Yeah I just think it’s not gonna happen anytime soon. Additionally, if you plan to go for full UX confirmity for iOS and material according to the respective guidelines and all the UI components Google and Apple mention, there’s still a lot missing or implemented slightly different. For this use case, something like framework 7 seems to be the right choice. It’s their defined goal to be 100% native conform. So a lot less customisation needed to get something working quickly.
I personally don’t try to go for that 100% native feeling and I build my transitions with animeJS timelines in JS, so I chose quasar for my personal project as it’s easier to build on top of something less tied and locked down than to refactor and redefine tons of CSS and not using 80% of a framework.
It really depends on what you’re trying to achieve. I’m aiming for a custom designed hybrid app without cordova, so this is a good fit, performance and workflow wise. Minimal bloat and fast. If you rely on cordova, there’s probably an out of the box workflow In Framework 7 as well for that. Don’t know for sure though.
Heavily subjective though.