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Jupyter widgets based on vuetify UI components which implement Google's Material Design Spec with the Vue.js framework.


To install use pip:

$ pip install ipyvuetify
$ jupyter nbextension enable --py --sys-prefix ipyvuetify

# for Jupyter Lab
$ jupyter labextension install jupyter-vuetify

For a development installation (requires npm),

$ git clone
$ cd ipyvuetify
$ pip install -e .
$ jupyter nbextension install --py --symlink --sys-prefix ipyvuetify
$ jupyter nbextension enable --py --sys-prefix ipyvuetify


For examples see the example notebook.

The Vuetify documentation can be used to find all available components and attributes (in the left side bar or use the search field). Ipyvuetify tries to stay close to the Vue.js and Vuetify template syntax, but there are some differences:

Description Vuetify ipyvuetify
Component names are in CamelCase and the v- prefix is stripped <v-list-tile .../> ListTile(...)
Child components and text are defined in the children traitlet <v-btn>text <v-icon .../></v-btn> Btn(children=['text', Icon(...)])
Flag attributes require a boolean value <v-btn round ... Btn(round=True ...
Attributes are snake_case <v-menu offset-y .. Menu(offset_y=True ...
The v_model attribute (value in ipywidgets) contains the value directly <v-slider v-model="some_property" ... Slider(v_model=25...
Event listeners are defined with on_event <v-btn @click='someMethod()' ... button.on_event('click', some_method)
def some_method(widget, event, data):
Regular HTML tags can made with the Html class <div>...</div> Html(tag='div', children=[...])
The attributes class and style need to be suffixed with an underscore <v-btn class="mr-3" style="..." > Btn(class_='mr-3', style_='...')

Advanced usage


The .sync property modifier functionality can be achieved by using an event named:

<v-navigation-drawer :mini-variant.sync=...
drawer = v.NavigationDrawer(mini_variant=True, ...)

def update_mini(widget, event, data):
    drawer.mini_variant = data`

drawer.on_event('update:miniVariant', update_mini)

(scoped) slots

  <template slot:activator="{ on }">
    <v-btn v-on="on">...</v-btn>
    'name': 'activator',
    'variable': 'x',
    'children': Btn(v_on='x.on', children=[...])
}], children=[

For non scoped slots 'scope': 'x' and v_on can be omitted.

Alternate usage

For a more web development centric way of development and a closer match to the Vue/Vuetify api, VuetifyTemplate can be used. See the example or Binder.

Make a sub class of VuetifyTemplate, define your own traitlets and set a template string. The traitlets will be accessible from the template as if they were in a vue-model. Methods can be called by defining a method with a prefix vue_ e.g. def vue_button_click(self, data) and calling it from the template e.g. @click="button_click(e)".

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