Thanks for being interested in contributing to this project!



Clone this repo to your local machine and install the dependencies.

yarn install

We use Vitepress for rapid development and documenting. You can start it locally by

yarn dev


Existing functions

Feel free to enhance the existing functions. Please try not to introduce breaking changes.

New functions

There are some notes for adding new functions

  • Before you start working, it's better to open an issue to discuss first.
  • The implementation should be placed under packages/core as a folder and exposing in index.ts
  • In the core package, try not to introduce 3rd-party dependencies as this package is aimed to be as lightweight as possible.
  • If you'd like to introduce 3rd-party dependencies, please contribute to @vueuse/integrations or create a new add-on.
  • You can find the function template under packages/core/_template/, details explained in the Function Folder section.
  • When writing documentation for your function, the <!--FOOTER_STARTS--> and <!--FOOTER_ENDS--> will be automatically updated at build time, so don't feel the need to update them.

Please note you don't need to update the indexes.json or packages' index.ts. They are auto-generated.

New add-ons

New add-ons are greatly welcome!

  • Create a new folder under packages/, name it as your add-on name.
  • Add add-on details in scripts/packages.ts
  • Create under that folder.
  • Add functions as you would do to the core package.
  • Commit and submit as a PR.

Project Structure


We use monorepo for multiple packages

  shared/         - shared utils across packages
  core/           - the core package
  firebase/       - the Firebase add-on
  [...addons]/    - add-ons named

Function Folder

A function folder typicality contains these 4 files:

You can find the template under packages/core/_template/

index.ts            # function source code itself
demo.vue            # documentation demo
index.test.ts       # jest unit testing            # documentation

for index.ts you should export the function with names.

// DO
export { useMyFunction }

// DON'T
export default useMyFunction

for the first sentence will be displayed as the short intro in the function list, so try to keep it brief and clear.

# useMyFunction

This will be the intro. The detail descriptions...

Read more about the guidelines.

Code Style

Don't worry about the code style as long as you install the dev dependencies. Git hooks will format and fix them for you on committing.


Thank you again for being interested in this project! You are awesome!