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While working with Vue I noticed that there is not much choice of. Therefore I decided to start another small project. Suitable to the #Hacktoberfest you can also participate.
The component is released under the MIT license and will be offered as NPM package soon.
I would be very happy to see one or the other of you as a contributor again.