@aryeh Thanks a lot 🙂
I’m going to try find a way to improve the speed, but as you mentioned, initial load is the biggest factor because it needs to load a lot of content into the cache. The files are stored on Amazon S3 in Sydney, Australia. I may have to store the files in multiple locations to improve that speed.
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.
For now you can do something like in your vue file that has a navigation footer bar:
<style lang="stylus" scoped>
// iPhone X
@media only screen and (max-device-width: 375px) and (max-device-height: 812px) and (-webkit-device-pixel-ratio: 3)
height 84px !important