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uiv is a Bootstrap 3 component lib implemented by Vue 2.

  • Lightweight
    • All components ~20KB Gziped.
    • Dependencies only Vue & Bootstrap CSS.
    • No extra CSS.
    • Individually import supported.
  • IE 9+ & modern browsers supported.
  • SSR (server-side rendering) supported.
  • All env supported:
    • UMD build uiv.min.js can be used in all environments (including browser)
    • ES Module build uiv.esm.js is for modern bundlers like webpack 2 or rollup
    • CommonJS build uiv.common.js is for older bundlers like browserify or webpack 1.


To check out live examples and docs, visit


If you are using module bundlers such as Webpack, you can directly include package into your project via:


$ npm install uiv --save

or Yarn:

$ yarn add uiv

Then register uiv components and directives all at once in your app's entry:

// main.js
import 'bootstrap/dist/css/bootstrap.min.css'
import Vue from 'vue'
import * as uiv from 'uiv'

That's it. Happy coding!

No Conflict

All components & directives will be installed with no prefix by default, you can add any prefix to them to avoid conflicts with other libs if needed.

For example:

Vue.use(uiv, {prefix: 'uiv'})

Results in:

  • Components such as <alert> becomes <uiv-alert>
  • Directives such as v-tooltip becomes v-uiv-tooltip
  • Global methods such as $alert becomes $uiv_alert

Import Individually

If you don't want all of the components for some reason (e.g. to save the bundle size), you can also import them individually.


import { Alert } from 'uiv'
new Vue({
  components: {


You can load & install uiv package directly in browsers. For example:

<!-- Remember to import Vue and Bootstrap CSS file before this! -->
<script src="//"></script>

This will simply load the latest version of uiv.min.js into your page. For detail usages (e.g. load specify version, IMPORTANT in production mode) and different CDN providers, you can visit:

Complete Usage Example

<!-- index.html -->
  <link rel="stylesheet" href="">
  <script type="text/javascript" src="//"></script> 
  <script type="text/javascript" src="//"></script> 
<div id="app">
    <tab>Tab content 1.</tab>
    <tab>Tab content 2.</tab>
  // No need to install uiv, we already do this for you after script loaded.
  new Vue().$mount('#app')

This will create a working Tabs component on your page.

Browser Compatibility

All browsers supported by Vue 2 and Bootstrap 3 CSS are suppose to be also supported by this lib (IE8 and below are not supported).


Detailed changes for each release are documented in the release notes.


JavaScript Style Guide

Welcome and thanks to use and contribute to this project. Your support is very important.

If you found any problem / bug during the use of uiv, or have any suggustion that can make this lib better, please create an issue.

Pull requests are also welcome! However, before you started working on a PR, it is highly recommend to create an issue with your idea first, so people can know what's going to happen and avoid duplicated work.

Build Setup

# install dependencies 
npm install
# serve demos & docs with hot reload at localhost:8080 
npm run dev
# build dist 
npm run dist
# build document 
npm run build
# run all tests 
npm test



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