Um, you can also develop a production version with it too. Just run the build script from within the container and load that image to your repository. :smile:
Ohhh…how cool is that. An Editor! :smile: Though, can I suggest it be a Markdown editor? The initial take up of Quasar will be mainly be with developers and I’ve done some marketing on this and they very much prefer a markdown editor over a WYSIWYG Editor.
Flux is a store for controlling data globally in a reactive system. Sure, there have been such types of global data stores, but not for front-end reactive UIs for web applications. So, they just took old technology and reused it in a different way for more modern purposes and gave it a new name. That is actually both invention and innovation. :smile:
Oh, btw, GraphQL is also the same thing. It is both an invention and innovation, because it uses old technologies for more modern/ different purposes.
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.
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