Dropping Quasar is more than ’ because it has some trade off’, it’s a fear that the deviation from the Vue phylosphy & standards continue to esculate in the future & reaches a stage where it’s so fundamentally different from Vue is basics like @clickk events, but potentially many more.
We initially thought of Quasar as an extension to Vue, a GUI front end framework based on Vue. From a production point of view we thought that to use Quasar we would simply update & add to our existing Vue skillsets, but as fundemental deviations away from Vue fundementals grow within Quasar then the Vue based minimum skill-set advantage disapears. We don’t have the time to learn another adaptation of Vue, that’s based on Vue, but different.
Hope this explains our decision.