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quasarQuasar Framework - Build high-performance VueJS user interfaces in record time
In 2020, Quasar is likely the most feature rich Javascript framework in existence. From a single code base you can deploy a Single Page Application, Server Side Render app, Progressive Web App, Electron desktop app (Linux, Win, and Mac), plus mobile apps for Android and iOS. All with a few command line switches and a little bit of setup. I have not used the recently added BEX module which produces FireFox and Google Chrome browser plugins from a single code base, so cannot say much about it. Quasar provides the following components; ajax bar, avatar, badge, banner, bar, breadcrumbs, buttons, button group, button dropdown, card, carousel, chat message, chips, circular progress, color picker, dialog, editor, expansion item, input text field, select, file picker, form, field wrapper, radio, checkbox, toggle, button toggle, option group, slider, range, time picker, date picker, icon, img, infinite scroll, inner loading, intersection, knob, linear progress, list, list items, markup table, menu, observers, pagination, parallax, popup edit, popup proxy, pull-to-refresh, rating, responsive, scroll area, separator, skeleton, slide item, slide transition, space, spinners, splitter, stepper, table, tabs, tab panels, timeline, toolbar, tooltip, tree, uploader, video and virtual scroll. The Quasar plugin system has resulted in the community developing the following (easily installed with npm or yarn): address color bar, app full screen, app visibility, bottom sheet, cookies, dark mode, dialog, loading, loading bar, local/session storage, meta, and notify. Additional tools /features like Theme Builder, Icon Genie, and Dark Mode contribute to the solid framework. I'm sure that I'm forgetting plenty, but after using this framework on the last 3 projects it'll be a good many years before I switch to anything else. PS - curious why Jakub feels the project is abandoned and why he was unwelcome by the community?
quasarQuasar Framework - Build high-performance VueJS user interfaces in record time
In 2020, Quasar is likely the most feature rich Javascript framework in existence. From a single code base you can deploy a Single Page Application, Server Side Render app, Progressive Web App, Electron desktop app (Linux, Win, and Mac), plus mobile apps for Android and iOS. All with a few command line switches and a little bit of setup. I have not used the recently added BEX module which produces FireFox and Google Chrome browser plugins from a single code base, so cannot say much about it. Quasar provides the following components; ajax bar, avatar, badge, banner, bar, breadcrumbs, buttons, button group, button dropdown, card, carousel, chat message, chips, circular progress, color picker, dialog, editor, expansion item, input text field, select, file picker, form, field wrapper, radio, checkbox, toggle, button toggle, option group, slider, range, time picker, date picker, icon, img, infinite scroll, inner loading, intersection, knob, linear progress, list, list items, markup table, menu, observers, pagination, parallax, popup edit, popup proxy, pull-to-refresh, rating, responsive, scroll area, separator, skeleton, slide item, slide transition, space, spinners, splitter, stepper, table, tabs, tab panels, timeline, toolbar, tooltip, tree, uploader, video and virtual scroll. The Quasar plugin system has resulted in the community developing the following (easily installed with npm or yarn): address color bar, app full screen, app visibility, bottom sheet, cookies, dark mode, dialog, loading, loading bar, local/session storage, meta, and notify. Additional tools /features like Theme Builder, Icon Genie, and Dark Mode contribute to the solid framework. I'm sure that I'm forgetting plenty, but after using this framework on the last 3 projects it'll be a good many years before I switch to anything else. PS - curious why Jakub feels the project is abandoned and why he was unwelcome by the community?
vue🖖 Vue.js is a progressive, incrementally-adoptable JavaScript framework for building UI on the web.
Started out embedding VueJS in a super old website (think 1999) to modernize the frontend and was pleased at how easy it worked side by side with the old code. At first chance I used VueJS on a new site and that is when I realized the the power in it's simplicity. Not sure I can say anything that hasn't been said, except for when I discovered Quasar and Syncfusion in combination with Vue my productivity shot up like TSLA's stock price. Sure, you are happy with the gains, but also thinking that nothing good comes this easy. TSLA I'm not sure about, but I can say VueJS+Quasar+Syncfusion is a powerful combination and for me, translated into a huge boost in productivity for frontend projects.
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vue-good-tableAn easy to use powerful data table for vuejs with advanced customizations including sorting, column filtering, pagination, grouping etc
I found vue-good-table to be super fast, both in loading and displaying data, plus searching the data set. Was able to search across 9 columns and 7k rows in what felt like an instant. For the advertised set of features, vue-good-table does them very very well. For that reason, I give five stars. The project requirements started to creep outside the scope of it's feature set, so sadly vue-good-table was swapped out with another datatable. Wasn't as fast, but had a broad set of features (selection export, export to Excel, export to PDF, drag and drop column grouping, per column filtering, etc) that made the product owner happy. If she is happy, then we are happy.
@syncfusion/ej2-vue-baseSyncfusion Vue UI component library offer more than 50+ cross-browser, responsive, and lightweight vue UI controls for building modern web applications.
NOTE: the license is free for all components if your company's revenue is less than $1M annually or if you're a non-profit. Can't say enough good about Syncfusion's VUE components. Have not used their Blazor, ASP.NET Core, ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Web Forms, good ole JavaScript, Angular, or React components so cannot say much about them. I have used several of the VueJS components; Grid, Word Processor, Heatmap Chart, Spreadsheet, Dropdown List and Multi-Select Dropdown and probably a few others here and there. The documentation and support are at a level I've not experienced in a long long time. The want you to ask questions. They want to provide demo code to solve your issue. Pretty incredible, so check it out. Once the remaining Syncfusion components are listed here on Openbase I'll provide a more in depth review on each of them. The Word Processor blew my mind so itching to post all the details! (which is a Microsoft Word clone as a VueJS component

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@syncfusion/ej2-vue-baseSyncfusion Vue UI component library offer more than 50+ cross-browser, responsive, and lightweight vue UI controls for building modern web applications.
Great Documentation
Easy to Use
Performant
Highly Customizable
Responsive Maintainers
Bleeding Edge

NOTE: the license is free for all components if your company's revenue is less than $1M annually or if you're a non-profit. Can't say enough good about Syncfusion's VUE components. Have not used their Blazor, ASP.NET Core, ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Web Forms, good ole JavaScript, Angular, or React components so cannot say much about them. I have used several of the VueJS components; Grid, Word Processor, Heatmap Chart, Spreadsheet, Dropdown List and Multi-Select Dropdown and probably a few others here and there. The documentation and support are at a level I've not experienced in a long long time. The want you to ask questions. They want to provide demo code to solve your issue. Pretty incredible, so check it out. Once the remaining Syncfusion components are listed here on Openbase I'll provide a more in depth review on each of them. The Word Processor blew my mind so itching to post all the details! (which is a Microsoft Word clone as a VueJS component


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Jim O'Quinn reviewed vue
1yr ago
vue🖖 Vue.js is a progressive, incrementally-adoptable JavaScript framework for building UI on the web.
Great Documentation
Easy to Use
Performant
Bleeding Edge
Highly Customizable

Started out embedding VueJS in a super old website (think 1999) to modernize the frontend and was pleased at how easy it worked side by side with the old code. At first chance I used VueJS on a new site and that is when I realized the the power in it's simplicity. Not sure I can say anything that hasn't been said, except for when I discovered Quasar and Syncfusion in combination with Vue my productivity shot up like TSLA's stock price. Sure, you are happy with the gains, but also thinking that nothing good comes this easy. TSLA I'm not sure about, but I can say VueJS+Quasar+Syncfusion is a powerful combination and for me, translated into a huge boost in productivity for frontend projects.


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1yr ago
vgt
vue-good-tableAn easy to use powerful data table for vuejs with advanced customizations including sorting, column filtering, pagination, grouping etc
Easy to Use
Performant

I found vue-good-table to be super fast, both in loading and displaying data, plus searching the data set. Was able to search across 9 columns and 7k rows in what felt like an instant. For the advertised set of features, vue-good-table does them very very well. For that reason, I give five stars. The project requirements started to creep outside the scope of it's feature set, so sadly vue-good-table was swapped out with another datatable. Wasn't as fast, but had a broad set of features (selection export, export to Excel, export to PDF, drag and drop column grouping, per column filtering, etc) that made the product owner happy. If she is happy, then we are happy.


1
1yr ago
quasarQuasar Framework - Build high-performance VueJS user interfaces in record time
Great Documentation
Easy to Use
Performant
Responsive Maintainers

In 2020, Quasar is likely the most feature rich Javascript framework in existence. From a single code base you can deploy a Single Page Application, Server Side Render app, Progressive Web App, Electron desktop app (Linux, Win, and Mac), plus mobile apps for Android and iOS. All with a few command line switches and a little bit of setup. I have not used the recently added BEX module which produces FireFox and Google Chrome browser plugins from a single code base, so cannot say much about it. Quasar provides the following components; ajax bar, avatar, badge, banner, bar, breadcrumbs, buttons, button group, button dropdown, card, carousel, chat message, chips, circular progress, color picker, dialog, editor, expansion item, input text field, select, file picker, form, field wrapper, radio, checkbox, toggle, button toggle, option group, slider, range, time picker, date picker, icon, img, infinite scroll, inner loading, intersection, knob, linear progress, list, list items, markup table, menu, observers, pagination, parallax, popup edit, popup proxy, pull-to-refresh, rating, responsive, scroll area, separator, skeleton, slide item, slide transition, space, spinners, splitter, stepper, table, tabs, tab panels, timeline, toolbar, tooltip, tree, uploader, video and virtual scroll. The Quasar plugin system has resulted in the community developing the following (easily installed with npm or yarn): address color bar, app full screen, app visibility, bottom sheet, cookies, dark mode, dialog, loading, loading bar, local/session storage, meta, and notify. Additional tools /features like Theme Builder, Icon Genie, and Dark Mode contribute to the solid framework. I'm sure that I'm forgetting plenty, but after using this framework on the last 3 projects it'll be a good many years before I switch to anything else. PS - curious why Jakub feels the project is abandoned and why he was unwelcome by the community?


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