Getting Started

This package is abandoned. Premium version is now available publicly for both vue2 and vue 3

npm install vue-tables-2


> npm install vue-tables-2-premium  

OR (see here instruction for vue 3)

npm install v-tables-3    

Require the script:

import {ServerTable, ClientTable, Event} from 'vue-tables-2';

Register the component(s)

Vue.use(ClientTable, [options = {}], [useVuex = false], [theme = 'bootstrap3'], [swappables = {}]);


Vue.use(ServerTable, [options = {}], [useVuex = false], [theme = 'bootstrap3'], [swappables = {}]);

The above code is only for the purpose of documentation. The actual code would look something like this:

Vue.use(ServerTable, {}, false, 'bootstrap4')

  • options see here

  • useVuex is a boolean indicating whether to use vuex for state management, or manage state on the component itself. If you set it to true you must add a name prop to your table, which will be used to register a module on your store. Use vue-devtools to look under the hood and see the current state.

If you are using vue-router or simply toggling the table with v-if set the preserveStateoption totrue

  • theme Use this option to select a CSS framework. Options:

    • bootstrap3

    • bootstrap4

    • bulma

    • tailwind (on premium versions)

You can also pass you own theme. Use a file from the themes folder as boilerplate:

Vue.use(ServerTable, [options = {}], [useVuex = false], require('./my-theme')())

You may need to add a little styling of your own. If you come up with some improvments to the templates or themes, which brings them closer to the optimum, you are welcome to send a PR.

Using a Script Tag

If you are not using NPM you can also import the minified version found in dist/vue-tables-2.min.js. Copy the file into your project and import it:

<script src="/path/to/vue-tables-2.min.js"></script>

Or, if you prefer, use the CDN version.

This will expose a global VueTables object containing ClientTable, ServerTable and Event as properties.



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