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Form Inputs

Input Fields

Input field components have common features such as label, helper text, disabled and required states, and more. See Input Fields


Checkbox is an input field representing a binary choice. See Checkbox

Combo Box

Combo Box allows the user to choose a value from a filterable list of options presented in an overlay. See Combo Box

Custom Field

Custom Field is a component for wrapping multiple components as a single field. See Custom Field

Date Picker

Date Picker is an input field that allows the user to enter a date by typing or by selecting from a calendar overlay. See Date Picker

Date Time Picker

Date Time Picker is an input field for selecting both a date and a time. See Date Time Picker

Email Field

Email Field, an extension of Text Field, only accepts email addresses as input. See Email Field

List Box

List Box allows the user to select one or more values from a scrollable list of items. See List Box

Number Field

Number Field sports many of the same features as Text Field but only accepts numeric input. See Number Field

Message Input

Message Input allows users to author and send messages. See Message Input

Password Field

Password Field is an input field for entering passwords. See Password Field

Radio Button

Radio Button Group allows the user to select exactly one value from a list of related but mutually exclusive options. See Radio Button

Rich Text Editor

Rich Text Editor is an input field for entering rich text. See Rich Text Editor


Select allows users to choose a single value from a list of options presented in an overlay. See Select

Text Area

Text Area is an input field component for multi-line text input. See Text Area

Text Field

Text Field allows the user to input and edit text. See Text Field

Time Picker

Time Picker is an input field for entering or selecting a specific time. See Time Picker


Upload is a component for uploading one or more files. See Upload

Visualization & Interaction


Accordion is a vertically stacked set of expandable panels. See Accordion


Avatar is a graphical representation of an object or entity, for example a person or an organisation. See Avatar


Badges are colored text elements containing small bits of information. See Badge


The Button component allows users to perform actions. See Button


Feature-rich interactive graph library that answers the data visualization needs of modern web applications. See Charts


CRUD is a component for managing a dataset. It allows for easy displaying, editing, creating, and deleting of items. See CRUD

Confirm Dialog

Confirm Dialog is a modal Dialog used to confirm user actions. See Confirm Dialog

Context Menu

Context Menu is a component that you can attach to any component to display a context menu. See Context Menu

Cookie Consent aims to help you comply with privacy laws such as GDPR and CCPA. See Cookie Consent


The Details component is an expandable panel for showing and hiding content from the user to make the UI less crowded. See Details


Dialog is a small window that can be used to present information and user interface elements in an overlay. See Dialog


Grid is a component for showing tabular data. See Grid

Grid Pro

Grid Pro is an extension of the Grid component that provides inline editing with full keyboard navigation. See Grid Pro

Menu Bar is a horizontal button bar with hierarchical drop-down menus. See Menu Bar

Message List

Message List allows you to show a list of messages, for example, a chat log. See Message List


Notifications are used to provide feedback to the user. See Notification

Progress Bar

Progress Bar shows the completion status of a task or process. See Progress Bar


Scroller is a component container for creating scrollable areas in the UI. See Scroller


Tabs are used to organize and group content into sections that the user can navigate between. See Tabs


App Layout

App Layout is a component for building common application layouts. See App Layout

Basic Layouts

Vaadin features two basic layout components: Vertical Layout and Horizontal Layout. See Basic Layouts


Board is a powerful and easy to use layout element for building responsive views. See Board

Form Layout

Form Layout allows you to build responsive forms with multiple columns and to position input labels on top or to the side of the input. See Form Layout


Login is a component that contains a login form. You can use it for authenticating the user with a username and password. See Login

Split Layout

Split Layout is a component with two content areas and a draggable split handle between them. See Split Layout