# Using module bundlers

Most likely you are using a module bundler like Webpack (opens new window), which makes it easy to directly include vue-dataset into your project.

Install vue-dataset via npm

npm install vue-dataset --save

Use the import statement to include the vue-dataset components into your bundle.

import { 
} from 'vue-dataset'

Most of the times you'd want to use the named imports when using a module bundler, but there are standalone versions of the components available, which you can import individually as well.

import Dataset from 'vue-dataset/dist/es/Dataset.js'
import DatasetItem from 'vue-dataset/dist/es/DatasetItem.js'
import DatasetInfo from 'vue-dataset/dist/es/DatasetInfo.js'
import DatasetPager from 'vue-dataset/dist/es/DatasetPager.js'
import DatasetSearch from 'vue-dataset/dist/es/DatasetSearch.js'
import DatasetShow from 'vue-dataset/dist/es/DatasetShow.js'

# Using a script tag

UMD files suitable for including vue-dataset using a script tag into your page, are located inside the dist/umd folder.

<script type="text/javascript" src="VueDataset.min.js"></script>

This will expose a global VueDataset object that contains all the vue-dataset components.
You can then register them globally e.g.

Vue.component('Dataset', VueDataset.Dataset)
Vue.component('DatasetItem', VueDataset.DatasetItem)
Vue.component('DatasetInfo', VueDataset.DatasetInfo)
Vue.component('DatasetPager', VueDataset.DatasetPager)
Vue.component('DatasetSearch', VueDataset.DatasetSearch)
Vue.component('DatasetShow', VueDataset.DatasetShow)`

You can also include specific components

<script type="text/javascript" src="Dataset.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="DatasetItem.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="DatasetInfo.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="DatasetPager.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="DatasetSearch.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="DatasetShow.min.js"></script>

These can then be registered with

Vue.component('Dataset', Dataset)
Vue.component('DatasetItem', DatasetItem)
Vue.component('DatasetInfo', DatasetInfo)
Vue.component('DatasetPager', DatasetPager)
Vue.component('DatasetSearch', DatasetSearch)
Vue.component('DatasetShow', DatasetShow)`

# Translations

It's possible to customize the texts of vue-dataset by extending the Dataset component and providing the translated texts in its data property:

import { Dataset } from 'vue-dataset'

export default {
  extends: Dataset,
  data() {
    return {
      // Provide the translated texts here
      datasetI18n: {
        show: 'Show',
        entries: 'entries',
        previous: 'Previous',
        next: 'Next',
        showing: 'Showing',
        showingTo: 'to',
        showingOf: 'of',
        showingEntries: 'entries'