Simple design using vue-qrcode-reader.
It enables you to create a SPA or PWA application for reading, without relying on the cordova.
I used QuaggaJS as a library.
I wrote an article on how to implement OAuth2 with social networks using a library called Hello.js
The article is in pt-br
@reath I think you’re missing map-options:
I made an example repository of integration between Quasar V1 and Apex Charts.
Integration is extremely easy.
There is a good range of graphics, and responsiveness is great too
we use the npm packages:
Here are some prints:
Follow github with the example project:
I am providing another sample application.
This time, using Web APIs, grouped in a single project.
The purpose is to generate a knowledge base for new developers.
There is a lot of work ahead, a lot of study and testing is needed. Browser compatibility is totally different.
However the focus is to look for alternatives to cordova plugins, facilitating the implementation of PWA’s as well.
As there is little material in Portuguese (pt-BR), I am using Portuguese as the native language of the application.
But I believe that Hello.js is a fast solution for authentication with social networks.
method to create custom object array for select
Method for filtering
Design a SPA developed with Quasar Framework + Speech API to capture audio and transform into text, or use text as the basis for the application to output audio.
Very good @wcomnisky !
I think it’s going to help the community a lot.
Thank you for your time doing this.
@jelices It is important that you read all the SSR documentation as it works differently from a SPA.
“There is a good reason for this. In a client-only app, every user will be using a fresh instance of the app in their browser. For server-side rendering we want the same thing. Each request should have a fresh, isolated app instance so that there is no cross-request state pollution. So Platform and Cookies need to be bound to each request separately.”
Hello guys, once again I bring a great example to the team.
This time, I bring an article from a co-worker who talks about authenticating an Android application made with Quasar, with the Hello.js library, which I mentioned earlier here in the forum.
I’m sure it will be useful to many!
The article is in “pt-BR” but is easy if you use a translator.
@metalsadman Thank you, I will check because I have this need in a project.
I have old solutions, but I don’t know if they are so efficient.
It is not recommended to develop projects this way. But here is a solution I used to import files that I downloaded locally into the project.
I put in my statics folder my js files, and imported it into template.html
this way the webpack can solve the “statics” directory for me automatically
The answer you find here: https://quasar.dev/vue-components/select#Example--Custom-label%2C-value-and-disable-props
You can change the label type and value using:
Also be sure to add:
<q-select filled v-model="model" use-input multiple map-options emit-value option-value="id" option-label="name" use-chips stack-label input-debounce="0" label="Simple filter" :options="options" @filter="filterFn" style="width: 250px" >