It cannot be an accident, cause just as we’ve released 90+ Bootstrap based Vue.js components and directives our friends from VueSchool.io told us about their Nuxt Nation Conference 2021. So, joint forces of CoreUI and VueSchool are happy to announce, that a lot of good things will be brought into Vue.js’ World this September.
As CoreUI’s always hospitable, let’s start with the Nuxt conference :) The Nuxt Nation Conference 2021 is the first Nuxt.js conference and it’s happening on 15th & 16th September. You can easily join it and watch live industry speakers including the creator of the Nuxt Framework, Sebastien Chopin, and the creator of Vue.js, Evan You. The conference will learn everything Nuxt.js has to offer in 2021, including the Nuxt 3 release and the state of Vue.js today. All you need to do is to → Reserve your FREE seat now!
Choosing a front-end framework that covers your needs can be a hard thing to do. You must consider your team’s technical skills, the scope of the project, and how easy it will be to develop new features.
For example, if you’re looking to build a dashboard, then CoreUI can be a great choice because it offers components for that. If, on the other hand, you’re experienced with Bootstrap, then CoreUI Vue.js UI components can save you precious time. Thanks to our ready to use and customizable UI components for Vue, you can create data-rich responsive web apps, and speed up development time by up to 50%. Time is our most valuable asset, that’s why we want to help you save it by creating simple, customizable, easy to learn UI components and Admin Templates which significantly cut development time. CoreUI lets you save thousands of priceless hours because it offers everything you need to create modern, beautiful, and responsive applications.
CoreUI for Vue.js is 100% compatible with Bootstrap, so if you are familiar with Bootstrap but you demand something more than it provides, then CoreUI is an answer. On the other hand, if you’re happy to stay with Bootstrap, our library goes in hand.
CoreUI for Vue.js based on the latest stable version of Vue.js, the progressive framework for creating user interfaces. Unlike other monolithic frameworks, Vue is created from the ground up to be incrementally adoptable.
Our UI Components Library provides built-in TypeScript tooling support. TypeScript helps prevent common runtime errors, especially as applications grow. That’s why CoreUI ships with TypeScript type declarations for each component. You don’t have to install any additional tooling to use TypeScript with CoreUI. Everything is ready to use out of the box.
Open-source with Enterprise level of support
CoreUI originates from open-source, but we are a professional team, working full time to make our products perfect in every detail. Usage of open-source products distributed by a professional company gives you advantages of both open-source and commercial products (maintenance, paid professional support, and additional features).
Easy to use
Our UI Components are written with readability in mind, they are comparatively short and easy to understand, so reading them is not a pain in your ass. This one is useful if you really want to understand the component by reading it or making changes. The same this makes the library a good foundation on which you can easily make your own components library.
No design skills required
CoreUI is a Bootstrap-based Vue.js UI Components Library with beautifully handcrafted UI Components designed by a team of our experienced designers. You don’t have to be a designer to create beautiful responsive apps, use our design system, or start with standard Bootstrap’s Styles.
Choosing a front-end framework that covers your needs can be a hard thing to do. You have to consider your team’s technical skills, the scope of the project, and how easy it will be to develop new features.
For example, if you’re looking to build a dashboard, then CoreUI can be a great choice because it offers components for that. If, on the other hand, you’re experienced with Bootstrap, then CoreUI Vue.js UI components could save you precious time.
E.g. for agencies, it makes sense to focus on just one or two libraries so that your team can develop expertise around them and produce new Vue applications faster. Then the UI component libraries that have a variety of components and are highly reliable seem the better option. Last but not least, it’s worth remembering that GitHub stars are not an absolute measure of reliability, but they do show a clear indication.
And what’s your story behind the scene? :)