I have seen this error, and the weirdest thing was that I had suddenly in my code an import node: which I am 100% certain I did not put in, almost like a plugin in Visual Studio Code was adding this without my knowledge. I removed this line and the latest plugins and now all is OK again. But watch out for ‘stinky’ plugins !!
Ah so you create plugins designed to be used in the backend of WP?
Do you have a link to any of your created quasar/WP plugins?
On development I use the localhost devserver and on production I build the app and load js, css and assets with wp
So if I understand correctly: you use Quasar CLI for development. For a production build you run quasar build and then load the created js/css/assets from the quasar’s build folder with WP admin_enqueue_scripts hook. Or do you use Quasar’s UMD mode generated files in to load in WP( if not, why not use UMD?).
I targeted the inner Input tag element and passed it in the request to Google. Voila its working!!! Now I can make it work alongside with q-select tag too. Thankyou very much. Damn QUASAR is simply WOW!!!
You have two options, reinstall the project or add into package.json => dependencies “firstname.lastname@example.org” version. In default version used by “@quasar/cli” is “email@example.com”, I added v 0.19 and it works for me without errors in the console.