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Vue UI Components are interactive design elements used in web applications. They include datagrids, charts, gauges, and other widgets that drive user interaction.
Designed with Touch in Mind
The Touch module extends touch functionality across application controls. When building a website or PWA, create a smooth and enjoyable experience for tablets and mobile users.
Extensive Documentation, Demos, and API
Experience Wijmo's low learning curve with extensive resources. Samples are available in major frameworks and can be modified with the online playground or download locally.
Our Wijmo Experts and support staff are here to help. Whether it's installing the Wijmo Vue UI library or implementing an entirely new feature, the Wijmo team is here for you.
Wijmo's grids, charts, inputs, and gauges are feature-rich, extensible, and fast.
Get the industry's most flexible, lightweight datagrid with all the benefits of Vue.
This lightweight Vue UI chart component includes all the key features and Excel-like chart types you need.
Vue UI Reactive Components Written in TypeScript
"Good value for money and high quality components"
"Great tools, not cheap, but worth the money for us."
"I've been using Wijmo controls for about a year and a half. Fantastic product. Fantastic support!"
"I don’t give kudos lightly, and without merit, but the Wijmo team has been awesome to work with. Just amazingly responsive! I am so glad I recommended Wijmo to my partners."
GABOR FARI, PARTNER TECHNOLOGY STRATEGIST - MICROSOFT CORP
"With Wijmo's extensibility model, the Microsoft Dynamics team was able to quickly customize and incorporate Wijmo 5 components into our new release."
PARAM KAHLON, GENERAL MANAGER, MICROSOFT DYNAMICS CRM ENGINEERING
"We rely on functionality of Wijmo Core's FlexGrid in our massive next-generation platform products. Wijmo's modern, full-featured FlexGrid with sophisticated grid manipulations is what you will find at the heart of our workflow."
AARON MENDEZ, MANAGER OF THE USER EXPERIENCE, THOMSON REUTERS