Add manifest.json - done
glittle last edited by glittle
Using Quasar, how do I serve the “manifest.json” file from the root of the site?
I can add any of these to the index.html file:
<link rel="manifest" href="manifest.json" /> <link rel="manifest" href="/manifest.json" /> <link rel="manifest" href="./manifest.json" />
but the browser cannot find the manifest.json file.
I came across https://github.com/mariusGundersen/w3c-manifest-loader which looks great, except that it requires a modification to the “webpack config file”, and there is none that I find in the Quasar template.
So, is there a “simple” way to serve a file from the “root”? If not, how can I implement the “w3c-manifest-loader”?
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It seems that the actual file does not need to be in the root of the site. That is a requirement for service workers, but not the manifest file.
So this works…
<link rel="manifest" href="/statics/manifest.json" />
and put the manifest.json file in the “src/statics” folder.
This doesn’t solve the problem of serving a file from the “root” for a service worker, but that’s another question…