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    These are Vue 3 specific building blocks on top of @graphiteds/core components.

    We recommend using vite or otherwise vue-cli v5 (with Webpack 5) for the best bundle sizes (due to tree-shaking). If you want to migrate from vue-cli v4 to v5: follow this guide.

    Tested on:

    Browser Support

    We support only modern browsers.

    npx browserslist "> 1%, last 2 versions, not dead, not ie 11"

    So it doesn't run on legacy browsers: IE11, Edge 18 & below (Edge before it moved to Chromium), and Safari 10.

    The advantage of this is we have less runtime within our builds, and having faster production builds by not having to also downlevel to es5. Plus you don't need any polyfills.

    Using these components

    Add this package to your project:

    npm install @graphiteds/vue

    Edit the main.js / main.ts file of a Vue 3 project like this:

    import { createApp } from "vue";
    import App from "./App.vue";
    import { GraphiteVue } from "@graphiteds/vue";
    // Core CSS required for Graphite components to work properly
    import "@graphiteds/vue/css/core.css";

    Import the component(s) you want to use:

    import { GrButton } from "@graphiteds/vue";

    Use it in your template as any Vue component:

    // In kebab-case
    <gr-button href="https://paqt.com">PAQT</gr-button>
    // Or PascalCase
    <GrButton href="https://paqt.com">PAQT</GrButton>

    We recommend using kebab-case for our components and PascalCase for your own Vue components to make them visible distinct.

    An example of this setup using vue-cli v4: https://codesandbox.io/s/graphiteds-vue3-example-jhk03.


    Follow the instructions in the root of this repo.

    Test apps

    In packages/vue/test-apps there are test apps for vite, vue-cli v5, and vue-cli v4

    In order to run them:

    • Make sure you've run npm run bootstrap & npm run build in the root of this repo
    • Navigate to a test app, for example cd packages/vue/test-apps/vite
    • Run npm install
    • Run npm run sync (this copies the relevant core & vue dist files to the node_modules of the test-app)
    • Run the project, for example npm run dev for vite or npm run serve for vue-cli




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