Vue 3, Quasar Framework, and Typescript Snippets
A collection of Visual Studio Code (VS Code) snippets for Vue 3, Quasar Framework, and Typescript development, powered by the Deep Thought Framework.
This set of snippets aims to streamline your Vue 3 and Quasar Framework development workflow when using Typescript. They are tailored for projects powered by the Deep Thought Framework, providing code templates for common tasks and components.
To use these snippets in Visual Studio Code, follow these steps:
Clone or download this repository to your local machine.
Open VS Code.
Go to the Extensions view by clicking on the square icon in the sidebar or by pressing
Click on the
More Actions (three dots) button in the Extensions view header.
Install from VSIX....
Browse to the location where you cloned or downloaded this repository and select the
Install button when prompted.
The snippets should now be available for use in your Vue 3, Quasar Framework, and Typescript projects.
These snippets are designed to save you time by providing code templates for common tasks and components. To use a snippet, follow these steps:
.vue file or a
.ts file in your project.
Start typing the snippet's trigger keyword (e.g.,
v3-setup) and press
Tab to expand the snippet.
The snippet will generate the code template for the specific task or component you selected.
Customize the generated code to match your project requirements.
Enjoy faster development with Vue 3, Quasar Framework, and Typescript!
Here are some of the available snippets:
v3-setup: Vue 3 Composition API setup script.
q-dialog: Quasar dialog component.
ts-component: Typescript Vue component template.
ts-prop: Typescript prop declaration.
ts-data: Typescript data property declaration.
ts-method: Typescript method declaration.
For a full list of available snippets and their descriptions, refer to the SNIPPETS.md file in this repository.
Contributions and suggestions for additional snippets are welcome! Please feel free to open an issue or submit a pull request.
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details.