Skip to content
Masked input component for Vue.js
JavaScript Vue HTML
Branch: master
Clone or download
Latest commit 3d9d8b5 Jun 7, 2017
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
dist Mask as object feature added May 22, 2017
src Mask as object feature added May 22, 2017
.babelrc Initial commit Jan 23, 2017
.eslintignore Using render func now May 6, 2017
.eslintrc Using render func now May 6, 2017
.gitignore Demo fix, refactor Feb 7, 2017
LICENSE Initial commit Jan 23, 2017 Mask as object feature added May 22, 2017
index.html Split build code, fix ie in demo Feb 8, 2017
package.json lint command added Jun 7, 2017
webpack.config.js Using render func now May 6, 2017

Vue Masked Input

Dead simple masked input component for Vue.js 2.X. Based on inputmask-core.

Live Demo



npm install vue-masked-input --save


Use it with v-model just like a native html input with the mask attribute:

<masked-input v-model="date" mask="11/11/1111" placeholder="dd/mm/yyyy" />

The following format characters define editable parts of the mask (see inputmask-core):

  • 1 - number
  • a - letter
  • A - letter, forced to upper case when entered
  • * - alphanumeric
  • # - alphanumeric, forced to upper case when entered
  • + - any character

Static characters

If you need to include one of these characters as a static part of the mask, you can escape them with a preceding backslash:

<masked-input v-model="phone" mask="\+\1 (111) 111-1111" placeholder="Phone number" type="tel" />

Raw input

You can also get a raw user input text if you want. Instead of using v-model you might need second argument of the input event:

<masked-input mask="\+\1 (111) 1111-11" placeholder="Phone" @input="rawVal = arguments[1]" />

Placeholder character

Placeholder character is customizable by placeholder-char attribute:

<masked-input v-model="phone" mask="\+\1 (111) 111-1111" placeholder-char="-" placeholder="Phone number" type="tel" />

Custom mask object

You can use your own mask options object, it will be passed to the inputmask-core constructor:

    pattern: 'VVVV',
    formatCharacters: {
      'V': {
        validate: char => /[a-jA-J]/.test(char),
        transform: char => char.toUpperCase(),

Known issues/TODO

  • Cut in mobile Chrome
  • Cyrillic chars are not supported in mobile Chrome
  • Backspace problems in mobile Chrome

Found more? It's open for feedback and pull requests

You can’t perform that action at this time.