Material Design for Vue.js
Vue Material is lightweight framework built exactly according to the Material Design specs.
It aims to deliver a collection of reusable components and a series of UI Elements to build applications with support to all modern Web Browsers through Vue 2.
Build powerful and well-designed web apps that can fit on every screen. You can generate and use themes dynamically, use components on demand, take advantage of UI Elements and Components with an ease-to-use API.
Import Roboto and Material Icons from Google CDN:
Install Vue Material through npm or yarn
npm install --save vue-materialyarn add vue-material
* Others package managers like JSPM and Bower are not supported yet.
Import or require Vue and Vue Material in your code:
// ORvar Vue =var VueMaterial =
Alternativelly you can download and reference the script and the stylesheet in your HTML:
Enable Vue Material in your application using
Vue.use(). You can always enable individual components:
Vue// ORVue //Required to boot vue materialVueVueVueVue
The issue list is exclusively for reports, bugs and feature requests. Use the Slack instead.
Please make sure to read the Contributing Guide before making a pull request.
Vue Material supports the latest version of all Browsers. This means:
May work in other browsers but it's untested.
You don't need to include any other library to work with vue-material. The focus of this project is to have a standalone build with no external dependence, but aiming to deliver the best experience without break the compatibility with the Vue.js core.
I don't drink coffee, but I can easily turn this into a strong and bold IPA beer or a burger! If you think that this project helped you in some way, and you have extra pennies to give, just access this Patreon page. You name you be at the backers page inside the project website.