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Kendo UI for Vue Native GridLayout Overview

The Kendo UI for Vue Native GridLayout component allows you to easily arrange the contents of the component in rows and columns in a grid structure.

It offers grid-layout system with rows and columns. It is based on the CSS Grid Layout where you can configure items per a specific row and column, as well as span content across them.

The GridLayout Component is part of Kendo UI for Vue, a professional grade UI library with 100+ components for building modern and feature-rich applications. To try it out sign up for a free 30-day trial.

The following example demonstrates the GridLayout component in action and also showcases other Kendo UI for Vue Native components—the Calendar, ChipList and Card components. The components are arranged in a grid structure by defining the columns, rows, and gaps between them.

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The GridLayout is part of the Layout package, part of the Kendo UI for Vue Native library. The procedures for installing, importing, and using all components in the library are identical. To learn how to use the GridLayout and the rest of the components in the package, see the Getting Started with the Kendo UI for Vue Native Layout Package guide.

Key Features

  • Rows and columns— To configure the appearance of the GridLayout, you can use the rows and cols properties.
  • Gaps—The setting of the gaps is another way to alter the appearance of the GridLayout.
  • Horizontal alignment—Four predefined values allows you to control the horizontal alignment.
  • Vertical alignment—Four predefined values allows you to control the vertical alignment.
  • Items Arrangement—The GridLayout enables you to control the arrangement of its items.

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