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Aug 17, 2022 ⋅ 10 min read

Getting started with Vuetify: Is Vuetify right for you?

Diogo Souza Brazilian dev. Creator of altaluna.com.br

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3 Replies to "Getting started with Vuetify: Is Vuetify right for you?"

  1. vuetify is great. however, in production we have envcoutnered 2 issues that are problematic.
    1. large data set renderind: vuetify does not support virtualization (said to be added in v3). this makes the component like data-table non usable for us.
    2. no tree table support (not supported in material so maybe its understandable)
    when we chose vuetify some 2 years ago there werent better options that filled these requirement. but today there are… so I think vuetify is lagging behind in this aspect

    1. which one to consider now as in 2022? i will need tree table and data table both. As of today i can only see data table but not tree table.

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