Glad to hear that the revamp will include this!
@lvaylet I simply rolled my own table with the rows how I needed them.
I think the build framework should do some of the optimizations found here: https://hackernoon.com/optimising-your-application-bundle-size-with-webpack-e85b00bab579
After running Quasar build, all the files in the “dist” folder have new timestamps on them. Is there any way to tell the builder to retain the original file’s timestamp?
If I have a static image that doesn’t change, it should not have a new timestamp every time the project is built!
I needed to use Autoprefixer, since the CSS being output does not have prefixes applied. That is, “display: flex” should have “-webkit-display: flex” as well, etc.
When I looked at ‘css-utils.js’, I see that Autoprefixer is there!
Is there something that I need to do to activate this?
Thanks! I’ll look into that after upgrading to version 12. (As per another thread at http://forum.quasar-framework.org/topic/180/load-roboto-font-from-cdn/5)
Another concern is whether changes to core files (as suggested in, for example http://forum.quasar-framework.org/topic/181/reduce-bundle-size/2) are lost when upgrading from 10 to 12. Do I need to be prepared to identify and re-apply all such changes?
I’ve found http://forum.quasar-framework.org/topic/100/how-to-upgrade-to-new-version, but that was from version 9 to some newer version and was concerned with webpack 1 to 2. Is that a concern going from version 10 to 12?