tl;dr; If you already know what Quasar is all about and you understand what the App CLI is, please drop down to the “What’s New?!” section below.
Right now, some of you might be going, “Hey…wait a second! Quasar was just released as 1.1.0!”. If you are thinking this, then you are absolutely right!
Let’s explain. Quasar has two main realms of functionality as a framework:
The Quasar CLI — a vast and powerful dev and a build environment for cross-device application development and distribution.
The Quasar UI — This is what we call the huge high-quality component library within Quasar. …
However, before I get into the details, let me back up a little and tell you my story.
A few years ago, I was where many of you are right now — working in a big corporate world — being tired of petty internal politics and infighting …
I became increasingly troubled by the splurge of conflicting corporate tools … battling interoperability inconsistencies … and longed for a simpler life, where I could flex my programming skills and complete meaningful and rewarding projects that somehow made a difference in the world.
Back in 2015, I was using constantly new and different software tools to create all the separate types of projects that have become necessary in our modern world … iOS apps, Android apps, web apps, websites, Windows Desktop apps, Apple Desktop apps, PWAs…
Hi wonderful people,
Thank you again to those supporting Quasar Framework Development. You keep the ship floating!
I wanted to point out that there is a better alternative to Patreon for helping out financially: Github Sponsorship