Abiola Farounbi
Mar 17, 2022 ⋅ 5 min read

Build a table component from scratch in Vue 3 with Bootstrap

Abiola Farounbi Frontend developer and technical writer with a passion for open source, accessibility, and web technologies.

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5 Replies to "Build a table component from scratch in Vue 3 with Bootstrap"

  1. Abiola, great content. Thanks for sharing.
    Unfortunatelly I can’t make it work properly.
    It seems my Vue is not translating the content of this statement correctly {{item[field]}}.
    The object only recognizes some content with hardcode like this…. {{item[‘Name’]}}

  2. I would add aria-sort to the th elements. Otherwise, how will a screenreader user know how a column is sorted, or which way it will be sorted if they click the th element?

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