Unlike React and Angular, Vue.js is maintained by Evan You as an open source project sponsored through crowd-sourcing. At nearly 80k stars, and used by Adobe, Gitlab and other companies, Vue’s popularity exceeded expectations.
A big part of Vue’s success lies in its components. Working with components means you can think of each UI pieces in isolation, encourage reusability through modularity and keep your UI consistent.
Vue Components can also be combined with Bit to turn your components into building blocks which can be organized and used in multiple projects.
You can use it to easily share components between projects and applications, organize them for your team and sync them in all your projects while developing them and making changes from any project. Check it out.
At over 7k stars, Vuetifyjs provides a UI layout according to the material design specs. The V 1.0 Alpha release provides over 80 reusbale components with an easy-to-remember semantic design based on type-as-you speak properties that have simple and clear names.
2. Vue Material
A Vue component library implementing Google’s material design to the pixel. At 5k stars, it provides components that fit all modern Web Browsers with built-in dynamic themes and a clear goal to make its API as simple as possible.
3. Keen UI
At 21k stars (!) this widely popular Vue 2.0 toolkit for the web provides a rich selection of customizable components. Although the documentation might be simpler for Chinese speakers, this library has a living eco-system and presents a strong choice for your next Vue UI library.
Buefy provides components built with Vue.js and Bulma. At nearly 2k stars, it provides lightweight components that are responsive out-of-the-box. Although component selection is somewhat limited, it kind of makes you want to give it a go.
At 3k stars bootstrap-vue enables you to build mobile-first, responsive UIs with Vue.js and Bootstrap 4. Available for Vue.js 2.4+, it comes with an automated WAI-ARIA accessibility markup.
Build specially for desktop applications, AT-UI provides an npm + webpack + babel front-end development workflow. While the documentation (again) might be challenging for english speakers, it provides a decent selection of clean and neat UI components.
Fish-UI is a toolkit for the web that works with webpack and ES2015. With little to no documentation, this library surprises with a rich selection of over 35 components with a nice structure for a clean and basic interface.
10. Muse UI
At 5k stars Muse-UI is a Material Design UI library for Vue.js 2.0. Although you will probably need to speak Chinese here is as well, these tight components are strong in the race for those we seek a Vue.js Material Design.
At 10k stars, Vux is a widely popular component library for mobile apps inspired by WeChat’s weUI. Embrace for impact: the docs are in Chinese, but offers an English version. Every component can be interactively presented through the docs with a live “mobile” mocking demo.
Individual components can be found in the popular awesome-vue project, under components and libraries. You can also add Bit to any Git repository to track and isolate components within it. Then, these components can be easily shared and any team member can install them with NPM/Yarn just like any other NPM package.
Wether you choose a library or design your own components, it seems that in 2018 Vue.js is a strong competitor for your next application, providing an easy to pick-up, lightweight and yet versatile framework.
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