Display tabular data while providing the means to filter, search, sort, and paginate through results.


For the time being, DataTables rely on an API endpoint to display results. Docs on API requirements coming soon.


To create a basic datatable component, you must specify the name and endpoint properties.

<p-datatable name="flights" endpoint="/datatable/flights"></p-datatable>

Customizing Column Templates

Each column may be customized to render content however you need it to. To override any given template, within your <p-datatable> component instance, define a new scoped-slot template where the slot name is the name of the column you wish to customize:

<p-datatable name="flights" endpoint="/datatable/flights">

    <template slot="id" slot-scope="table">
        <code>{{ }}</code>


Customizing Actions

By default, every datatable instance will render an Actions column at the end. You may override this with a scoped-slot with the name actions:

<p-datatable name="flights" endpoint="/datatable/flights">

    <template slot="actions" slot-scope="table">
        <p-dropdown right>
            <fa-icon icon="bars"></fa-icon>

            <template slot="options">
                    :to="{ name: 'flights.edit', params: {flight:} }"




Name Type Description Options Default
name String The identifying name of the datatable.
endpoint String The endpoint the datatable will call to fetch content.
sort-by String The default column to sort by. id
sort-in String The default direction to sort by. desc, asc asc
per-page Integer The default number of items to display per page. 10
no-actions Boolean Hides the actions column. true, false false
no-search Boolean Disables the ability to search column values. true, false false
no-filters Boolean Disables the ability to filter columns true, false false
no-pagination Boolean Disables the ability to paginate records. true, false false


Name Description
actions The actions column.
Last Updated: 3/21/2019, 10:51:59 AM