@rlam3 Before running monaca debug command, you will need to generate the content for www folder first. Here are the steps to properly run vue-onsenui-kitchensink with Monaca Debugger:
Navigate to the project folder.
run npm install to install the dependencies.
run npm run build to generate www folder which will be used for Monaca Debugger and Build server later.
Now, everything is ready. You can run monaca debug.
@Sravani Which browser are you using? Please make sure to use the latest Chrome version to ensure the proper operations with Monaca. The fact that you received the alert about reaching the maximum builds per day meant that your builds were actually triggered and processed. But somehow the build windows were failed to load. You can check your previous build history by going to Build --> Build History.
@Bassie Any transpilable projects such as VueJS, React & Angular2 are not applicable on Monaca Cloud IDE because transpiling feature is not available at the moment. You will need to use Monaca CLI in the meantimes. When you run monaca remote build command, the content of www folder of the project will be uploaded to the Cloud. In this case, you can only configure the app settings and build the app. You can’t edit the files in the IDE.
Fortunately, the transpiling support will be released very soon. Please look forward to it!
Regarding the Onsen UI components, you can either choose one of the available Onsen UI templates or add the Onsen UI library from the IDE itself (see the screenshot below).
If I understand the problem, I also have a situation like this. My login screen doesn’t need the splitter menu. But it doesn’t need a toolbar either. I first played with just removing swipeable, but later decided to keep my login page simple, and use “window.location = file.html” instead to go to the main page that has the splitter and everything.