PrimeVue components which might be missing

UI Components for Vue
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26 Jul 2020, 07:02

Hello Team;

I'm looking at PrimeVue components and trying to find the counterparts in PrimeVue that matches or similar to Vuetify components.

Here are the list I found in Vuetify component list. What would be the equivalent as I don't seem to find them in PrimeVue. If they currently don't exist, could you please put them on "Feature Request" list?


The v-banner component is used as middle-interruptive message to user with 1-2 actions. It comes in 2 variations, single-line and multi-line (implicit). These can have icons which you can use with your message and actions.
App Bars

The v-app-bar component is pivotal to any graphical user interface (GUI), as it generally is the primary source of site navigation. The app-bar component works great in conjunction with a v-navigation-drawer
for providing site navigation in your application.
System Bars

The v-system-bar component can be used for displaying statuses to the user. It looks like the Android system bar and can contain icons, spacers, and some text.
Bottom navigation

The v-bottom-navigation is an alternative to the sidebar. It is primarily used on mobile and comes in two variants, icons and text, and shift.
Buttons: Floating Action Button

The v-btn component can be used as a floating action button. This provides an application with a main point of action. Combined with the v-speed-dial component, you can create a diverse set of functions available for your users. ... n-buttons/

The v-footer component is used for displaying general information that a user might want to access from any page within your site.
Time pickers

The v-time-picker is stand-alone component that can be utilized in many existing Vuetify components. It offers the user a visual representation for selecting the time
Skeleton loaders

The v-skeleton-loader component is a versatile tool that can fill many roles within a project. At its heart, the component provides an indication to the user that something is coming but not yet available. There are over 30 pre-defined options available that can be combined to make custom examples

The v-stepper component displays progress through numbered steps

The v-timeline is useful for stylistically displaying chronological information

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