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angular, charts, components, datagrid, datatable, mit, typescript, ui
License
MIT
Install
npm install primeng@6.1.5

Documentation

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PrimeNG

UI Components for Angular

See PrimeNG homepage for live showcase and documentation.

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PrimeNG is a collection of rich UI components for Angular. All widgets are open source and free to use under MIT License. PrimeNG is developed by PrimeTek Informatics, a vendor with years of expertise in developing open source UI solutions. For project news and updates, please follow us on twitter and visit our blog.

  • 80+ Components: The most complete set of native widgets featuring 80+ easy to use components for all your UI requirements.

  • Open Source: Hosted at GitHub, all widgets are open source and free to use under MIT license. Feel the power of open source.

  • Productivity: Allocate your valuable time on business logic rather than dealing with the complex user interface requirements.

  • Themes: Don't get tied up in just one look&feel. Choose from a variety of options including material and flat design.

  • Templates: Professionally designed highly customizable native Angular CLI application templates to get started in no time.

  • Mobile: Enhanced mobile user experience with touch optimized responsive design elements.


Download

PrimeNG is available at NPM, if you have an existing application run the following command to download it to your project.

npm install primeng --save
npm install primeicons --save

Angular CLI Integration

Add PrimeNG and PrimeIcons as a dependencies.

"dependencies": {
  //...
  "primeng": "^6.1.2",
  "primeicons": "^1.0.0-beta.10"
},

Configure required styles at the styles section, example below uses the Nova Light theme.

"styles": [
  "node_modules/primeng/resources/themes/nova-light/theme.css",
  "node_modules/primeng/resources/primeng.min.css",
  "node_modules/primeicons/primeicons.css",
  //...
],

That is all, you may now import PrimeNG components, for a working example visit the PrimeNG CLI QuickStart sample at GitHub.