Starts a Node.js local development server. See API Proxying For Dev for more details.
While developing with the Dev Server you will have:
- The ability to develop on your phone with Quasar Play App
- The Webbpack + vue-loader for single file Vue components
- State preserving hot-reload
- State preserving compilation error overlay
- Lint-on-save with ESLint
- Source maps
After creating an App folder with the CLI, you’ll have a folder named
/templates inside the generated app folder, which contains templates for:
page, or a generic Vue
You can generate components for your App in your
You can also add your own component templates. Quasar will be able to handle them too.
You are able to create an ad-hoc web server to serve static-content web files from a folder. Browser sessions are automatically refreshed when content changes. User click/scroll can be synchronized.
This command comes in really handy after building your Quasar App for production. The
/dist folder contains files that are meant to be served with a webserver. So here you go:
This command does not rely on Quasar Framework. Any folder with any web content can be served.
Build assets for production.
- HTML minified with html-minifier
- Unused CSS removed with PurifyCSS
- CSS across all components extracted into a single file and minified with cssnano
- All static assets compiled with version hashes for efficient long-term caching, and a production index.html is auto-generated with proper URLs to these generated assets