It is nodebb.
Hmm… I wouldn’t go that far. The amount of available components is impressive with Quasar for sure, but the main emphasis is clearly on web and mobile apps. There are however, enough resources to get you started building more advanced components for desktop use. I’d agree to that. Still, you’ll probably be finding some UI widgets or components for the desktop might be needing to be built from scratch. It naturally depends on how advanced a desktop UI you want to build.
@spectrolite - Sorry, this is something I’m also not familiar with.
@n-taddei - the min and max properties are only for when the user uses the up and down keys to increase or decrease the number. As the docs say, don’t use these props for validation.
@Snippo - Using version 0.14, the
multiple props are pretty straight forward in the docs.
There is also an example of a q-select with search (filter) and multiple selection in the showcase. This is the source code.
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