I don’t have any watch function in this regard, all other dispatch calls are going through with no problem, no breakpoints were breaking the execution so only that specific dispatch call was executing when the error occurred. Unless someone has something in his sleeve, I’m out of magic 🙂
@dobbel Yes, I even added it to the window scope.
Problem more likely the priority of loading the plugin.
When the quasar start, it tend to loaded the vuex store before cordova plugin did, hence it will get undefined in state.js .
@s-molinari i read your article and had to make some changes on toggleToolbar function and also in content-hooks to make it working. in content-hooks you used ( element.querySelector(’.r a h3’).innerText, ) when i inspect i found .r not valid which became “yuRUbf” so i changed it to element.querySelector(’.yuRUbf a h3’).innerText, and then its worked. you may check and update . thanks
Page transition animations
Comes out of the box in Quasar, not sure about Ionic
Easy of customising CSS
In Quasar you have SASS, SCSS and Stylus variables.
Ease of making a production build on iOS and Android
I’ve only ever done Android. It works seamlessly.
Compatibility with Cordova/Capacitor
Fully compatible but I think for Capacitor Ionic may have an edge since they wrote Capacitor after all.
General feel of the app Vs native
Perfect for Android (material design), but Quasar got rid of its iOS mode so you have to configure the UI elements manually. I hope they bring it back.
Here’s where we lose out, I guess. But we have the jobs board on this forum and the jobs channel on Discord.
There was a major shift from CLI v1 to v2 which resulted in many changes having to be made and there’s no automated migration tool (yet). However, if you’re starting out fresh you’ll start with CLI v2.
Real apps I can check out.
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