Validating UI Libraries Examples
Most popular Vue.js UI libraries come with their own built-in validation logic in their form components. If you find yourself not satisfied with said library's validation logic, you can use vee-validate to validate those components.
vee-validate is UI-agnostic, it doesn't offer any special treatment for the elements/components under validation as long as they emit the right events.
Integrating vee-validate can be different for each UI library, it mostly depends on the library's ability to outsource the validation logic to 3rd party logic and how it tracks the form field values.
In the next few examples you will find examples on how to do that in various ways with the most popular Vue.js libraries in no particular order.
Vuetify is a Vue UI Library with beautifully handcrafted Material Components. No design skills required — everything you need to create amazing applications is at your fingertips.
Quasar framework aims to:
Effortlessly build high-performance & high-quality Vue 3 user interfaces in record time
Element Plus, a Vue 3.0 based component library for developers, designers and product managers
Headless UI, a completely unstyled, fully accessible UI components, designed to integrate beautifully with Tailwind CSS.
Ionic Framework, An open source mobile toolkit for building high quality, cross-platform native and web app experiences.
This example is originally forked from another example created by Aaron Saunders.
Ant Design provides plenty of UI components to enrich your web applications, and we will improve components experience consistently.
PrimeVue is a rich set of open source native components for Vue.
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