I think I found the answer. It was actually in the documentation for Buttons (fml…) just put no-caps in it
<q-btn no-caps label="wTv" />
@nothingismagick Yeah, when I reloaded the page, it gets back to normal. And I need to set it in a vue component so I don’t think that’s how it is meant to work. I do have AddressbarColor under plugins, which is under framework in the quasar config file. Also have the addressbar-color.js so I’m not sure what I’m missing
@nothingismagick Preferbly without any post-formatting. Because currently, if built with the material theme, it defaults to All Caps. I know you can add in the lowercase or uppercase class if you want all lowercases or all uppercases respectively. The current way I do it works but I’m not sure if it’s the right way to go about it
If you want to change the capitalization of the label in QBtn, what’s the best way to go around it?
Currently, I have it as
<q-btn class="capitalize !important" label="Button" />
Works for both mat and ios themes but I’m wondering if there is actually a recommended way to handle this? Thanks!
Hi guys, just wondering if it is meant to work properly in the dev build. I followed the documentation listed here: https://quasar-framework.org/components/addressbar-color.html
However, if I just have the addressbar-color.js file, nothing ever shows up. But if I set the color in a .vue file, I can get the addressbar-color but when I refresh it, it’s gone.
I am testing it via the Chrome browser on Android 8.1 using my local IP address since the dev build is being run on my desktop
@nothingismagick Thanks for the update man! Can’t wait for it :smiling_face_with_open_mouth_smiling_eyes:
Hi guys, was wondering if it will be possible to port an existing project to one with SSR when 1.0 comes out?
Hi, just wondering if it’s possible to host a Quasar app as a node.js app on platforms such as AWS?
If that’s not possible, what are my options to serve it online? Currently, when I upload my work to AWS, I get a Cannot GET / message on the main page so I’m not sure how to go about this.
Edit: I realise this is more of a Vue.js question as opposed to a question about the Quasar Framework. I’ve asked it here: https://forum.vuejs.org/t/uploading-a-vue-js-app-on-aws-as-a-node-js-app/10466
However, if anyone of you do know about it, please reply. Thanks!