Quasar Framework

( pronounced /ˈkweɪ.zɑɹ/ )

Empowering your websites and apps

Build responsive websites, PWAs, hybrid mobile Apps (that look native!) and Electron apps, all simultaneously using same codebase, powered with Vue.

Demo: [ Material theme ] [ iOS theme ]
Release notes (& changelog) for v0.16.0

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All Platforms in One Go

One source code for all platforms simultaneously: responsive desktop/mobile website, PWAs (Progressive Web Apps), mobile apps (that look native) and Desktop apps (through Electron).

Top Class, Fast Web Components

There’s a component for almost every web development need out there. Each of these components are carefully crafted to offer the best possible experience to users. Quasar is designed with performance & responsiveness in mind – so the overhead of using Quasar is barely noticeable. This is an area we take special pride in.

Best practices integrated by default

Quasar users are encouraged to follow web development best practices, and it comes with many embedded features to that regard out of the box. HTML/CSS/JS minification, cache busting, tree shaking, sourcemapping, code-splitting & lazy loading, ES6 transpiling, linting code, accessibility features. Quasar takes care of all these and more - no configuration needed.

Full RTL support

RTL (right to left) support for both Quasar components & developer's own code. Developer-written website/app CSS code gets automatically converted to RTL if an RTL language pack is used.

Two Themes (more to come)

Quasar supports two of the most commonly used themes out of the box – Material theme and iOS theme.

Progressively migrate your existing project

Quasar offers an UMD (Unified Module Definition) version, which means developers can add a CSS and JS HTML tag into existing project and they're ready to use it. No build step is required.

Unparalleled developer experience through Quasar CLI

* State preserving hot-reload
* State preserving compilation error overlay
* Lint-on-save with ESLint
* ES6 code transpiling
* Sourcemaps
...many more leading-edge developer tools and techniques

Get up to speed fast

The top-class starter kit makes it easy for developers to bring an idea to reality in record time. The heavy lifting is done for the developer, not by the developer. They are free to focus on their features and let the boilerplate be done by Quasar.

Awesome ever-growing community

When developers encounter a problem they can’t solve, they can visit the Quasar forum or Discord chat server. The community is there to help them.

Wide platform support

Google Chrome, Firefox, IE11/Edge, Safari, Opera, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry.

Quasar components Internationalization (i18n)

I18n provided by default for Quasar components. If your language pack is missing it takes just 5 minutes to add it.

Great documentation

Finally, it’s worth mentioning the significant amount of time that is spent on writing great, bloat-free, focused, complete documentation pages so that developers can quickly pick up Quasar.

Contribute

Help Build Quasar

Quasar is and always will be 100% free and open-source under the MIT license. Fork it on GitHub and help make it better.

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Support Quasar Development

Help pay for dedicated dev time so that Quasar can move forward and evolve.
There's a lot to look forward to.

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Feedback

Shout out your ideas.

Ideas are very important. Can something be improved? Would you like a new feature? Does a feature has something that is bothering you? Open up a Github issue and express your ideas.

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