Open-source projects categorized as Vue

Top 23 Vue Open-Source Projects

  • Vue.js

    This is the repo for Vue 2. For Vue 3, go to

    Project mention: Vue 2 vs vue 3 - The Differences | | 2023-06-05

    I have got the privilege of working on Vue 2 couple of months ago and its really amazing framework to work with .

  • vue-element-admin

    :tada: A magical vue admin

    Project mention: Build complex SPAs quickly with vue-element-admin | | 2023-03-30

    But if you’re a frontend developer working primarily with Vue.js, vue-element-admin is one of the best free and open source Vue admin templates available. In this article, we’ll learn how to use vue-element-admin and explore some of its features.

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

  • storybook

    Storybook is a frontend workshop for building UI components and pages in isolation. Made for UI development, testing, and documentation.

    Project mention: Documenting recommended use of basic components | /r/reactjs | 2023-06-03

    I'll be the third here to say it, but with a link: Storybook

  • Element UI

    A Vue.js 2.0 UI Toolkit for Web

    Project mention: Vue Element Library on google chrome and other browsers | | 2022-11-12
  • Postwoman

    👽 Open source API development ecosystem -

    Project mention: Will you be sticking with Postman now that they removed the option to keep things local? | /r/softwaretesting | 2023-06-07

    There’s also Hoppscotch (formerly known as Postwoman):

  • Ionic Framework

    A powerful cross-platform UI toolkit for building native-quality iOS, Android, and Progressive Web Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

    Project mention: What tools do you use to convert Vue.js SPA to mobile apps? | /r/vuejs | 2023-05-22

    You can have a look at This is what I use to build my Mobile applications

  • prettier

    Prettier is an opinionated code formatter.

    Project mention: 6 coding best practices to take you to the next level | | 2023-05-30

    One of the tools that aim to solve this is Prettier. It is an opinionated code formatter that supports many languages, and the best part is that it integrates with your editor, so you can expect code formatting on every file save. Pretty cool, right?

  • Klotho

    AWS Cloud-aware infrastructure-from-code toolbox [NEW]. Build cloud backends with Infrastructure-from-Code (IfC), a revolutionary technique for generating and updating cloud infrastructure. Try IfC with AWS and Klotho now (Now open-source)

  • nuxt

    Nuxt is an intuitive and extendable way to create type-safe, performant and production-grade full-stack web apps and websites with Vue 3.

    Project mention: Help a fellow backend dev chose a frontend framework for his personal project | /r/Frontend | 2023-06-02

    Nuxt is the best experience you'll have building a front-end JS application — so many bells and whistles with a nice sensible zero-config starting point. Seriously, it's going to save you so much time. 100% Nuxt all the way if your application has even a mild amount of complexity.

  • marktext

    📝A simple and elegant markdown editor, available for Linux, macOS and Windows.

    Project mention: Lightweight minimalistic Markdown editor for OpenSUSE | /r/linuxquestions | 2023-05-24

    Well, see comments below but you're wrong. I now huse Marktext and it's simply perfect.

  • uni-app

    A cross-platform framework using Vue.js

  • vuetify

    🐉 Vue Component Framework

    Project mention: Vuetify 3 and Material 3 | /r/vuetifyjs | 2023-05-09

    And I just saw that an issue on GitHub was closed about this because "fixed" in the last release.

  • 30-Days-Of-JavaScript

    30 days of JavaScript programming challenge is a step-by-step guide to learn JavaScript programming language in 30 days. This challenge may take more than 100 days, please just follow your own pace. These videos may help too:

    Project mention: Philly(TPL) learning coding | /r/ukdrill | 2023-06-07
  • jeecg-boot

    🔥「企业级低代码平台」前后端分离架构SpringBoot 2.x,SpringCloud,Ant Design&Vue,Mybatis,Shiro,JWT。强大的代码生成器让前后端代码一键生成,无需写任何代码! 引领新的开发模式OnlineCoding->代码生成->手工MERGE,帮助Java项目解决70%重复工作,让开发更关注业务,既能快速提高效率,帮助公司节省成本,同时又不失灵活性。

  • taro

    开放式跨端跨框架解决方案,支持使用 React/Vue/Nerv 等框架来开发微信/京东/百度/支付宝/字节跳动/ QQ 小程序/H5/React Native 等应用。

  • SheetJS js-xlsx

    📗 SheetJS Spreadsheet Data Toolkit -- New home

    Project mention: What kind of Programmer / language should I be looking for? | /r/AskProgramming | 2023-05-04

    Sure. I manipulate excel files programatically in the browser all the time. I don't really understand your exact workflow, but I use Javascript with xlsx and React.

  • vuex

    🗃️ Centralized State Management for Vue.js.

    Project mention: Vue 3 vs Vue 2 so far? What's your opinion? Things I didn't like about Vue 3 compared to Vue 2 | /r/vuejs | 2023-06-02

    I really liked the idea of how all the core Vue libraries are maintained by Vue team themselves, making Vue feels like an all-in-one package instead of infinite npm install to add multiple community/personally maintained repos which often caused issues because they don't blend together. And now Pinia will be officially replacing Vuex, making me doubt if it'll be as reliable as Vuex.

  • slidev

    Presentation Slides for Developers

    Project mention: Marp: Markdown Presentation Ecosystem | | 2023-01-24

    use instead, its much better

  • iview

    A high quality UI Toolkit built on Vue.js 2.0

  • Quasar Framework

    Quasar Framework - Build high-performance VueJS user interfaces in record time

    Project mention: What tools do you use to convert Vue.js SPA to mobile apps? | /r/vuejs | 2023-05-22

    Check out :)

  • docsify

    🃏 A magical documentation site generator.

    Project mention: Ask HN: Any Sugestions for Proceures Documentation? | | 2023-02-15

    The tools to author it aren't that important, frankly. Ask your audience what they're most comfortable using and try to meet them there.

    If the stakeholders are technical, you have more options. If they aren't, I hope you like Google Docs or Word, because if you give them anything other than that or a PDF, they'll probably complain. At worst, yeah, write it in a long Markdown text file and use tools like pandoc to transform that into other formats as needed.

    If you do need a website and you're not generating enterprise-scale amounts of content (and it sounds like you're not) try things that let you avoid needing build steps and infrastructure if at all possible, so you can iterate and deploy changes with as little friction as you can.

    Tools like Docsify[1] can take a pile of Markdown files and serve a site out of them, client- or server-side, without a static build step. Depending on the org, you can get away with GitHub's default rendering of Markdown in a repo. Most static site builds for stuff your scale are overengineered instances of premature optimization.

    Past those initial hurdles, the format and tools challenges are all in maintenance. How can you:

    - most easily keep the content up to date

    - delegate updates as the staff grows or changes

    - proactively distribute updates ASAP to the people who'd most benefit from receiving them

    That's going to depend a lot more on who'll contribute updates, what their technical proficiency's like, and how they prefer to communicate. It might be a shared git repo and RSS or Slack notifications if they're comfortable with those things, and it might be a Google Doc and email if they're like most non-technical stakeholders.


  • NativeScript

    ⚡ Empowering JavaScript with native platform APIs. ✨ Best of all worlds (TypeScript, Swift, Objective C, Kotlin, Java). Use what you love ❤️ Angular, Capacitor, Ionic, React, Solid, Svelte, Vue + SwiftUI, Jetpack Compose, Flutter and you name it compatible.

    Project mention: Mobile App Development for both iOS and Andriod | /r/vuejs | 2023-03-20

    There is also which would allow you to use Vue (or several other frameworks) to build a mobile app. Used it myself a while back for an iPad app using Vue 2 and it was pretty straightforward. It seems like there have been quite a few improvements since then so might be worth a look.

  • Directus

    The Modern Data Stack 🐰 — Directus is an instant REST+GraphQL API and intuitive no-code data collaboration app for any SQL database.

    Project mention: What is your tech stack for blog websites? (not wordpress) | /r/webdev | 2023-06-07

    Maybee it's overkill for a simple block, but Directus sounds like a decent choice if you want to get away from Strapi.

  • react-table

    🤖 Headless UI for building powerful tables & datagrids for TS/JS - React-Table, Vue-Table, Solid-Table, Svelte-Table

    Project mention: 20 Essential Parts Of Any Large Scale React App | | 2023-06-02

    Or for the table react-table can be a powerful option to consider.

  • Sonar

    Write Clean JavaScript Code. Always.. Sonar helps you commit clean code every time. With over 300 unique rules to find JavaScript bugs, code smells & vulnerabilities, Sonar finds the issues while you focus on the work.

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2023-06-07.

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What are some of the best open-source Vue projects? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 Vue.js 203,993
2 vue-element-admin 82,655
3 storybook 79,029
4 Element UI 53,420
5 Postwoman 51,804
6 Ionic Framework 49,071
7 prettier 45,689
8 nuxt 45,649
9 marktext 40,039
10 uni-app 38,192
11 vuetify 37,278
12 30-Days-Of-JavaScript 36,426
13 jeecg-boot 34,799
14 taro 33,010
15 SheetJS js-xlsx 32,964
16 vuex 28,056
17 slidev 26,886
18 iview 23,991
19 Quasar Framework 23,622
20 docsify 23,620
21 NativeScript 22,588
22 Directus 21,764
23 react-table 21,676
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