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How to integrate Buttons and RSVP Forms with Vue 3

Step 1: npm installation

Install the package from the npm registry.

npm install add-to-calendar-button

Step 2: Import it

Import the module into the component, where you want to use the button.

import 'add-to-calendar-button';

Step 3: Optimize the Vue config

Theoretically, this was already it.

Vue works extremely well with Web Components.

However, you might notice a warning in the browser console. To get rid of this, you need to provide a little bit more information to the compiler options.

This can go into your vite.config.js or other places depending on your setup. Check the official Vue documentation for more details: Click here.

// vite.config.js or vite.config.ts

compilerOptions: {
  isCustomElement: (tag) => tag.includes('-')

In case the Add to Calendar Button is the only Web Component in your project, you could also be a little bit more explicit here.

compilerOptions: {
  isCustomElement: (tag) => tag === 'add-to-calendar-button'

Step 4: Use it

Start using it by adding a <add-to-calendar-button proKey="prokey-of-your-event" /> tag to your source code.

Bring your own button

Alternatively, you can also trigger the button or form programmatically via the atcb_action function. Mind that this will force a modal to appear.

When working with the npm package, you would need to import the atcb_action first:

import { atcb_action } from "add-to-calendar-button";

You should also provide a HTML element as second parameter. Event it is optional, it optimizes the UX; especially for keyboard navigation.

In the following example, we also use this element as trigger onClick:

const button = document.getElementById('my-custom-button');
button.addEventListener('click', () => atcb_action({ proKey: "prokey-of-your-event"}, button));