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The bottom sheet is a modified v-dialog that slides from the bottom of the screen, similar to a v-bottom-navigation. Whereas a bottom navigation component is for buttons and specific application level actions, a bottom sheet can contain anything.

Here we display an example list of actions that could be present in an application.


Select your desired component from below and see the available props, slots, events and functions.

Below is a collection of simple to complex examples.

Persistent bottom sheets can't be closed by clicking outside them.

Bottom sheets can be controlled using v-model. You can use it to close them or if you can't use activator slot.

Bottom sheets can be inset, reducing their maximum width on desktop to 70%. This can be further reduced manually using the width prop.

Using a inset bottom sheet, you can make practical components such as this simple music player.

By combining a functional list into a bottom sheet, you can create a simple 'open in' component.

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