I’ve been using Quasar since 0.13x. I’ve architected quite a few platforms using Quasar as the underlying UI framework. Quasar is technically superior in many ways to any other UI framework I’ve used, but I don’t see a lot of people showing some major stuff working in the community vs other platforms (i.e Vuetify has a lot more production apps on display than Quasar).
I think this incorrectly leads people to think Vuetify may be better, and that is incorrect.
Here are some projects that use Quasar under the hood that I’ve architected:
https://experience.aerialhealth.io/ (formerly GSI Health, this is a complete medical platform. This uses Quasar Framework on the front end, and Spring/Java on the backend, with a Node.js API gateway. This was architected from an outdated Java monolith over a period of about 6 months)
https://life.io/ (this uses Quasar Framework on the front end, and Node.js on the backend. This was architected from scratch over the period of about a year, this includes a full education and customer engagement platform. This is used by some of the biggest names in the insurance industry).
https://sourcedigital.net (this is a content delivery framework used by NBC, Universal Studios, MotorTrend, the Golf Channel, VUDU and many other big names. This was architected from scratch over the period of about 6 months. This includes all build targets including a desktop app, a Browser extension, and iOS and Android apps. This uses Quasar Framework on the front end, Strapi on the backend, and Kubernetes to scale).
https://demo.valuecare365.com (this is another medical platform. Full HIPPA compliance and ISO certified. This is being adopted by hospitals across the US. This uses Quasar Framework on the front-end, and FeathersJS on the backend. It uses Kubernetes to scale).