v-card component is a versatile component that can be used for anything from a panel to a static image. The card component has numerous helper components to make markup as easy as possible. Components that have no listed options use Vue’s functional component option for faster rendering and serve as markup sugar to make building easier.
A card has 4 basic components,
# Functional Components
Provides a default font-size and padding for card subtitles. Font-size can be overwritten with typography classes.
Primarily used for text content in a card. Applies padding for text, reduces its font-size to .875rem.
Provides a default font-size and padding for card titles. Font-size can be overwritten with typography classes.
Cards can be set to a loading state when processing a user action. This disables further actions and provides visual feedback with an indeterminate v-progress-linear.
An outlined card has 0 elevation and contains a soft border.
# Card Reveal
Using v-expand-transition and a
@click event you can have a card that reveals more information once the button is clicked, activating the hidden card to be revealed.
# Content wrapping
v-card component is useful for wrapping content.
# Custom actions
With a simple conditional, you can easily add supplementary text that is hidden until opened.
Using grids, you can create beautiful layouts.
# Horizontal cards
v-flex, you can create customized horizontal cards. Use the
contain property to shrink the
v-img to fit inside the container, instead of covering.
# Information card
Cards are entry points to more detailed information. To keep things concise, ensure to limit the number of actions the user can take.
# Media with text
Using the layout system, we can add custom text anywhere within the background.
# Twitter card
v-card component has multiple children components that help you build complex examples without having to worry about spacing. This example is comprised of the
# Weather card
Using v-list-items and a v-slider, we are able to create a unique weather card. The list components ensure that we have consistent spacing and functionality while the slider component allows us to provide a useful interface of selection to the user.