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  • The <Pivot> component

    The <Pivot> component embeds Flexmonster into a Vue 3 application.

    The simplest component usage

    To add an empty pivot table, specify the <Pivot> tag without any props and attributes:


    Learn more about integration with Vue 3.

    Available props

    All the <Pivot> props are equivalent to the parameters of the new Flexmonster() API call. Check out the full list of available props.

    In addition to Flexmonster-specific props, you can also set standard HTML attributes (e.g., id, class, and style). They are not included in the component’s props but are available as fallthrough attributes.

    Passing props to <Pivot>

    Props can be passed as hardcoded values or as variables:

    Hardcoded value


    In this example, the prop value is passed as a string. Learn how to pass values of different types.


    To pass a prop as a variable, use the v-bind directive:


    The specified variable (in our case, the report) should be defined in the <script> section of the file.


    The following example demonstrates how different <Pivot> props can be specified:


    Note Here is the full list of available props.

    See also