Vue Components

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VueJS Components Collection for Laravel Enso.


  • Bulma elements, suite of common, reusable components styled for Bulma, such as:
    • BooleanFilter
    • Card
    • DateIntervalFilter
    • Dropdown
    • IntervalFilter
    • Modal
    • Overlay
    • Paginate
    • Popover
    • Tabs & Tab
    • Typeahead
    • VueFilter
  • FileUploader component, for handling the upload of files
  • NProgress component, for showing load progress


  • BooleanFilter, a single option filtering component with predefined options to filter boolean values (true, false, null), that can be used in conjunction with datatables or anywhere else you need it
  • Card, a multi purpose container
  • Dropdown, a simple dropdown
  • Modal, an ultra light and smart modal component
  • Overlay, an overlay container
  • Paginate, a simple to use and powerful pagination module
  • Popover, a basic dual option popover useful for confirming actions
  • Tabs, a tab manager component
  • Typeahead, exactly what the name says
  • VueFilter, a single option filtering component, that can be used in conjunction with datatables or anywhere else you need it
  • VueSelectFilter, a select option filtering component


Takes the same properties like VueFilter

To use it include it in the page:



Takes the following properties:

  • collapsed, boolean, flag for the initial state of the card | default false | (optional)
  • icon, object, an icon object for the card's icon | default null | (optional)
  • title, string, the name that's displayed as title | default null | (optional)
  • search, boolean, flag for showing the search box | default false | (optional)
  • badge, number, value that's displayed | default null | (optional)
  • refresh, boolean, flag for refresh control | default false| (optional)
  • fixed, boolean, flag for making the card non collapsible | default false | (optional)
  • removable, boolean, flag for showing the close button | default false| (optional)
  • controls, number, option for generating the needed number of controls slots | default 0 | (optional)
  • overlay, boolean, flag for rendering the overlay inner component | default false, | (optional)


Takes the following properties:

  • title, string, the name that's displayed as title | default null | (optional)
  • min, the starting date for lower limit date selector | required
  • max - the starting date for higher limit date selector | required

Takes the following properties:

  • width, number, the minimum width for the dropdown menu | default 64 | (required)
  • height - number, the maximum height for the dropdown content | default 200 | (optional)


Takes the following properties:

  • title, string, the name that's displayed as title | default null | (optional)
  • type, string, the type of the two filter inputs | required
  • min, the starting date for lower limit input | required
  • max - the starting date for higher limit input | required

The Modal component renders itself as a <body> child, within a div, by default with the modal-wrapper wrapper class, as it offers an elegant solution to various z-index related issues that might otherwise arise.

Irrespective of its content, the modal renders a subtle close button in the top right corner, and will also close when using the Esc key.

Takes the following properties:

  • show, boolean, makes the modal visible | (required)
  • card, boolean, if true, renders a card with header, body & footer slots, otherwise renders a simple div with an unnamed, default slot | defaults to false | (optional)
  • container, string, the css class of the div container used to render the modal | default modal-wrapper | (optional)


Takes the following properties:

  • size, small/medium/large, size of the loader | default small | (optional)
  • transparent, boolean, sets the transparency | default false | (optional)
  • color, string, the color code for the overlay | default #f44336 | (optional)


Takes the following properties:

  • list, array, the items that need to be paginated | (required)
  • length, number, the starting number of items on one page | default 10 | (optional)
  • lengths, array, an array of lengths to choose from | default [10, 15, 20, 25, 30] | (optional)
  • border, boolean, a flag for showing a border around the component | default false | (optional)


Takes the following properties:

  • placement, string, the placement position (top, top-start, top-end, right, right-start, right-end, bottom, bottom-start, bottom-end, left, left-start, left-end) | default bottom | (required)
  • trigger, string, the type of trigger to be used (hover, click, focus, manual) | default click | (optional)
  • open, boolean, flag that make the component visible | default false | (optional)


Takes the following properties:

  • alignment, left/center/right, the alignment of the tabs | default left | (optional)
  • boxed, boolean, flag that toggles the rendering of the tabs in a box | default false | (optional)
  • fullwidth, boolean, flag that toggles the is-fullwidth Bulma class, where the tabs take up the entire available width | default false | (optional)
  • size, small/normal/medium/large, the size of the element, as styled by Bulma's is-* classes| default normal | (optional)
  • toggle, boolean, flag that toggles the is-toggle Bulma class, for mutually exclusive tabs | default false | (optional)
  • toggleRounded, boolean, flag that toggles the is-toggle-rounded Bulma class, where the first and last tabs are rounded | default false | (optional)

The component emits a selected event when a tab is selected.


Takes the following properties:

  • id, string/object, a value used to identify the tab - gets passed to parent (Tabs) component | required
  • default, boolean, tab index value, sets the active tab | default false | (optional)
  • disabled, boolean, flag that disables a tab | default false | (optional)
  • keepAlive, boolean, flag that marks a tab to be kept alive | default false | (optional)

Keep Alive

Depending on the content of a tab, there might be cases when you don't want that tab created/destroyed each time you switch to it / away from it, but instead you want it contents created once. At the same time, you might have cases when it does not make sense to have all the tabs created when the page or parent component is loaded.

For these cases, now you can mark a tab to be kept alive (default is false) so it's created once and then always available when you switch to it.


Takes the following properties:

  • disabled, boolean, the title string | default null | (optional)
  • length, number, the number of retrieved options | default 10 | (optional)
  • source, string, the endpoint that gives back results | (required)
  • params, object, properties object that gets sent with the request | default null | (optional)
  • label, string, label | (required)
  • placeholder, string | default What are you searching for today? | (optional)
  • noResults, string, a placeholder when not having results | default No results found matching the criteria... | (optional)
  • searching, string, a placeholder while searching | default Searching... | (optional)
  • validator, boolean, flag that enables the value validation using the regular expression | default false | (optional)
  • regExp, RegExp, validation regular expression | default /.*/ | (optional)
  • value, String, starting value | default `` | (optional)


Takes the following properties:

  • compact - boolean, flag for displaying the component in the compact mode | default false | (optional)
  • hideOff - boolean, flag for hiding the 'off' option | default false | (optional)
  • icons - boolean, flag for showing icons instead of labels - should be used together with options.label which should now represent a font awesome icon class | default false | (optional)
  • offLabel - string, the label for the 'off' button | default Off | (optional)
  • options - array, the options the user can choose from when filtering, see below for examples | default [] | (required)
  • readonly - boolean, flag for showing the filter in read-only mode | default false | (optional)
  • title - string, the title to display above the options | default null | (optional)
  • value - the value for the component | default null | (optional)

Notice that the component is bound to a model, much like an input element. If the model variable has a valid value, the filter will start up with that option selected.

To use it include it in the page:

        title="Taxes Paid"

where the options and filters may be something like:

options: [
    {value:true, label:"Yes"},
    {value:false, label:"No"}
filters: {
    orders: {                
        paid_taxes: ''             

When using the icons flag, options may be something like:

options: [
    { value: true, label: 'check', class: 'has-text-success' },
    { value: false, label: 'times', class: 'has-text-danger' }

Next, when defining your DataTable, make sure you give it your filters:

<vue-table class="box"

Note that you may use more than one such filter, just bind it inside the same encompassing filters object and it will get passed to the datatables back end logic.




  • multiple - boolean, flag for the single/multiple selection of files | default is false | (optional)
  • url - string, the url to post the uploaded file(s) to | (required)
  • file-size-limit - number, the maximum file size limit | default is 8388608 | (optional)
  • params - object, parameters object that gets passed to the backend, may be used when processing the upload | default null | (optional)
  • file-key - string, request key for the file(s) sent when uploading, allowing for a more meaningful interpretation of the request in the backend | default file | (optional)


  • upload-start - emitted before the beginning of the upload, contains no payload
  • upload-successful - emitted after a successful upload, contains as payload the data of the request response
  • upload-error - emitted in case of an upload error, contains no payload

For more Back-End information also check out the FileManager package and its documentation


  • php artisan vendor:publish --tag=vue-components - the main VueJS components and their dependencies
  • php artisan vendor:publish --tag=enso-assets - a common alias for when wanting to update the VueJS assets, once a newer version is released, can be used with the --force flag


The Laravel Enso Core package comes with this package included.