Download your JSON data as an CSV file directly from the browser


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Vue JSON to CSV file

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VueJS component to export Json Data into CSV file and download the resulting file.


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Getting started

Get the package:

yarn add vue-json-csv

Register JsonCSV in your app entrypoint:

import Vue from 'vue'
import JsonCSV from 'vue-json-csv'

Vue.component('downloadCsv', JsonCSV)

In your template

    :data   = "json_data">
    Download Data
    <img src="download_icon.png">

Props List

Name Type Description
data Array (required) Data to be exported
fields Array/Function(value, key) fields inside the Json Object that you want to export. If no given, all the properties in the Json are exported. Use the function to filter the data and only keep the properties you want.
labels Object/Function(value, key) Set the label for the header row.
name string filename to export, default: data.csv
delimiter string Default ",". Can be changed to anything.
separator-excel boolean If true, will prepend SEP={delimiter} to the file to make it easily usable with Excel
encoding string Set the wanted encoding, default to 'utf-8'
advancedOptions Object You can set all the options of PapaParse yourself


import Vue from 'vue'
import JsonCSV from 'vue-json-csv'

Vue.component('downloadCsv', JsonCSV)

const app = new Vue({
    el: '#app',
    data: {     
        json_data: [
                'name': 'Tony Peña',
                'city': 'New York',
                'country': 'United States',
                'birthdate': '1978-03-15',
                'phone': {
                    'mobile': '1-541-754-3010',
                    'landline': '(541) 754-3010'
                'name': 'Thessaloniki',
                'city': 'Athens',
                'country': 'Greece',
                'birthdate': '1987-11-23',
                'phone': {
                    'mobile': '+1 855 275 5071',
                    'landline': '(2741) 2621-244'

In your Template call it like

    class   = "btn btn-default"
    :data   = "json_data"
    name    = "filename.csv">

    Download CSV (This is a slot)



  • json_data: Contains the data you want to export



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If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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