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prismic-vue V₂

Vue.js plugin to facilitate integration of content managed with Looking for a Nuxt solution? Here you go 👉 prismic-nuxt plugin


prismic-vue relies on prismic-javascript and prismic-dom. If you are migrating from V1, make sure to install them too as they are now peer dependencies.

npm install prismic-vue prismic-javascript prismic-dom

👉 quick note: prismic-javascript is a library responsible for making requests to your Prismic endpoint, while prismic-dom is responsible for serializing html from RichText (RichText you said?).

What it does

This package serves two purposes and can acutally but split into two different parts.

1- Queries

The first purpose of prismic-vue is to offer an easy way to fetch your Prismic content. When registering PrismicVue, we directly inject a prismic-javascript instance, to be used anywhere in your Vue project.

import prismicJS from 'prismic-js';
const PrismicVue = {
  install: function (Vue, options) {
    Vue.prototype.$prismic = prismicJS
    Vue.prototype.$prismic.endpoint = options.endpoint
    Vue.prototype.$prismic.linkResolver = options.linkResolver
    Vue.prototype.$prismic.htmlSerializer = options.htmlSerializer

2 - Components

The second purpose of prismic-vue is to globally register components that will help you display content queried via your Prismic API. Their purpose is (mostly) to serialize Prismic data into html. These components being used in other libraries (like prismic-nuxt), note that you can actually import them without registering PrismicVue.


This getting started guide should be of great help to kickstart your first Prismic/Vue project. In case you're more into markdown, you can alternatevely keep reading ☺️

1/Register PrismicVue

First, you should register the plugin:

import PrismicVue from 'prismic-vue'
Vue.use(PrismicVue, {
  endpoint: '',
  linkResolver: function(doc) {
    if (doc.type === 'home') {
        return '/';

When registering the plugin, you may pass these options. Although linkResolver and htmlSerializer are not required, they are usually pretty useful. Make sure to check them out! ✌️

Option name Type Required Default value Description
endpoint string yes none Your Prismic api endpoint
linkResolver function no none See Link Resolving in Javascript
htmlSerializer function no none See html Serializer documentation
linkType string no vueRouter Link components may be handled differently based on what you use. Currently accepted values: 'vueRouter' and 'nuxt'.

2/Query your content

Because we inject a prismic-javascript instance into Vue, each of its method are accessible from your components. Make sure to check its documentation!

A bare bone example that fetches data from a home document and then sets a fields data object:

export default {
  name: 'MyComponent',
  data: {
    fields: {
      title: null,
      logo: null,
      somethingRich: null
  methods: {
    getContent () {
        .then((document) => {
          this.fields =
  created () {

3/use components

Following the example above, let's write the associated template:

    <prismic-image :field="fields.logo" />
    <prismic-rich-text :field="fields.title" />
    <prismic-rich-text :field="fields.somethingRich" />

👆 If you were to log in our previous query, you would notice that title and somethingRich are actually arrays instead of strings. This is because Prismic provides content writers with a WYSIWYG editor. It's awesome for formatting text but harder to deal with on client side. Fortunately, prismic-rich-text is a component made to deal with this format.

Obviously, prismic-image works the same way on image fields, stored in your Prismic API.

List of components

List of available components and use cases:

Component Prismic type Use case Example use
prismic-rich-text Rich Text, Title Used when you need formatting fir text (bold, italic, embeds...) <prismic-rich-text :field="field.description" wrapper="div" :htmlSerializer="myLocalSerializer"/>
prismic-link Link Used to resolve links stored in your Prismic content. <prismic-link :field="">My link</prismic-link>
prismic-image Image Used to display images stored in Prismic. <prismic-image :field="fields.logo" />
prismic-embed Embed Used to display embeds stored in Prismic. <prismic-embed :field="fields.embed" wrapper="div" />

👆 Make sure to have a look at their source code: it is quite short, does simple things and might help you understand how we convert a Prismic API response into something that can actually be committed to the DOM.

Integrate prismic-vue components

If you are working on a prismic-vue integration (like Nuxt does for example), you might find the need to use the components, without using the actual PrismicVue plugin. We've got you covered:

import { common, vueRouter, nuxt } 'prismic-vue/components';
console.log(common) // { Embed, Image, RichText ...}
console.log(nuxt) // { Link }
// etc.
Vue.prototype.$prismic = {
  // because some components
  // require a link resolver
  linkResolver() { /* ... */}
// Register common components
Object.entries(common).forEach(([_, component]) => {
    Vue.component(, component)

Thanks for reading 👋


This software is licensed under the Apache 2 license, quoted below.

Copyright 2013-2020 Prismic (

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this project except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

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