First thing, I apologize for missing the last post I have posted before.
Actually, I have remembered used to post something like a page transition issue view page from 1-2 months ago, I remembered after installing your update @ionic/vue router
npm install @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org
I got the error is say onIonViewDidEnter and onIonViewDidLeave is missing. After that moment, I mess up. But fortunately, I found the ionic has a new updated version of about 5.6.13.
That time I must rebuild my project again to the newest version because the last project was broken by the onIonView.
But in the new version 5.6.13 still have the wrong view page transition and after got the wrong view page Devtool has not shown any error.
If you wanna check the router, you can try to push many routers and use replace go to homePage. I believe you will clear the issue of the router.
And the second issue I got is about ion-tab, after a push to the first page and second page. Then go back first page then home page (home > first > second > first > home) then go tab2 and return tab1. At the moment I got the second page without error, it should be the homepage(tab1), not my second page.
and the third issue of the router is ionGoBack:
when I push the first page, then the second page, and then the third page. That was still ok, when I return the second page, the history was deleted last page history (is ok).
but from the second page return to the first page, the second page has not been removed from history and then I kept return to the home page, the second page, and the first page was still in history. I believe this is a bug.
(home(record) > first(record) > second(record) > third(current) )
goBack(third(remove) > second(record) > first (record) > home(record))
And I am using default-herf to return specific view page also got a problem when render not my already point the page I want.
that is an issue I got, and I have other issues of ionic, but not relate with this post.
I hope my issue will help ionic vue be better.
Thanks, and I still love using ionic.