@Eric-Hughes Monaca Debugger currently uses Cordova 6.2 as default version. A Cordova 6.5 update is expected very very soon but we suggest you to stick with the default Cordova version or an older supported version (by building a custom debugger). Newer versions will likely be affected by issues.
Right now, Vue is only supported on your local environment and not on the IDE because it would be complicated and resource consuming to offer transpiling on Cloud.
Until now, we have always advertised Vue support with Monaca CLI/Localkit and never with IDE. Feel free to correct me if I’m wrong and we will fix the content
Unfortunately, this limitation is intended. It is targeted at the team member, not the owner. In other words, unless the team member has the Gold/Platinum plan, he/she can only join as a tester. We are sorry if this causes you any inconvenience and we appreciate your understanding.
Yes, you can definitely use USB debugging with Monaca. We have comprehensive documentation on how to use USB debugging with Monaca local development tools such as Monaca Localkit, CLI and Monaca for Visual Studio. Read more here.
@wetfeet There is nothing wrong with the snippet. We are glad your issue is solved. Maybe it was because of the patching but the error was kinda weird and unrelated. We will keep this in mind. Thanks for reporting.
@ephraimt I found an issue in the webpack dev configuration. We are currently using eval-source-map to generate the source map, but it seems that it’s bugged (breakpoints can be added but the execution does not stop). Check the following issue in the official Webpack repository.
To fix it and to be able to debug, open your /projectName/webpack.dev.config.js file and change
It will fix the issue (I made the screenshot with a Vue template, but React templates work as well):
@wetfeet since a while back we’ve been experiencing some issues with the Community website. Usually refreshing the page once is enough to do the trick. We will look at updating NodeBB (seems to be the cause of the errors) but it may take some time. Anyway thanks for reporting and sorry for the inconvenience.
How did you add the SDK configuration in config.xml file? Here is an example of how you should manually config the SDK settings:
<!-- Add them as preference elements -->
<preference name="android-minSdkVersion" value="10" />
<preference name="android-maxSdkVersion" value="22" />
<preference name="android-targetSdkVersion" value="21" />
<!-- Or you can use a config-file element for them -->
<config-file target="AndroidManifest.xml" parent="/*">
<uses-sdk android:maxSdkVersion="22" android:minSdkVersion="10" android:targetSdkVersion="21" />