4teamwork vuetify preset

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import 4twVueCliPluginVuetifyPreset4tw from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/@4tw/vue-cli-plugin-vuetify-preset-4tw';



Company Preset for Vuetify.



$ yarn add @4tw/vue-cli-plugin-vuetify-preset-4tw

Vuetify version 2.2.0 and higher is required for using presets (see Vuetify's release notes).

Configure Plugin:

Locate the file where you are configuring Vuetify in your project and add the preset to the Vuetify configuration options. See Vuetify's documentation for further information on how the preset configuration is merged into the project.

// src/plugins/vuetify.js

import Vue from 'vue';
import Vuetify from 'vuetify/lib/framework';
import { preset } from '@4tw/vue-cli-plugin-vuetify-preset-4tw/preset';


export default new Vuetify({

Roboto Font:

The preset uses the default Roboto font. Currently, you have to include the font in your own project. This might change in the future

Compilation Time:

Importing Vuetify in the following way might speed up compilation time. See here for further information.

// src/plugins/vuetify.js

import Vuetify from 'vuetify/lib/framework'


You can use all of Vuetify's SASS variables inside your components' style section. Additionally you can use the variable $app-colors to access the color values used in this preset.

App Colors:

The following colors are available. To use a particular color, use the map-get mixin like this:

border: 1px solid map-get($app-colors, 'greydark');
Name Usage/Examples
primary Actionable contet like links, buttons
accent Use to emphasize importance
error System errors, delete buttons
info Information snackbar
success Success messages, add buttons
warning Warning messages, warning icons
appbargrey App-Bar background
greydark Darker backgrounds, dividers, input fields
greylight Lighter backgrounds, buttons
bodydark Main textcolor
bodylight Light textcolor