Install Node.js and Quasar CLI

Danny Connell
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Quasar V1: Cross-Platform Apps (with Vue 2, Vuex & Firebase)

Use Quasar V1, Vue JS 2, Vuex & Firebase to build a Cross Platform App for Web, iOS, Android, Mac & Windows

15:18:44 of on-demand video • Updated June 2021

  • How to create a real-world, cross-platform app for web, iOS, Android, Mac and Windows using Quasar Framework V1 and Firebase
  • How to manage the state of your app using Vuex
  • How to create a back-end for the app using Firebase Realtime Database - including user authentication, reading and writing data
  • All the essentials of Quasar Framework V1 and VueJS 2
English [Auto] Now, if you don't have no just installed and you're going to have to install that first, so you want to jump over to dot org. You probably want to install the one on the left here, which is the stable version, I already have that installed, so I'm not going to do that. But once that's installed, we then want to install the quasar Selye. So you want to jump over to the Quasar website, which is Quasar Dush framework dot org. Now, at the time I'm recording this version, one of Quasar is still in beta, so I have to click this red go to view on beta link here, but you might not need to. That we want to click on get started. And you can see here there are three different ways of using Quasar. We're going to use it, the Quasar Clearway. So you want to click on Quasar Kellye, then install Quasar Seelie when we have some installation instructions here. If you already have a previous version of Quasar installed, you'll have to uninstall it first with this command. But we're just going to install it. So you want to jump over to your terminal and roll npm, install dust G at Quasar Slash Seelie. Now, in my case, I need to run pseudo on this command, but you might not need to depending on your setup, so let's just run up. Enter our password. OK, Quasar is now installed, so let's create our first project.