The QCard component is a great way to display important pieces of grouped content. This pattern is quickly emerging as a core design pattern for Apps, website previews and email content. It assists the viewer by containing and organizing information, while also setting up predictable expectations.
With so much content to display at once, and often so little screen real-estate, Cards have fast become the design pattern of choice for many companies, including the likes of Google and Twitter.
The QCard component is intentionally lightweight and essentially a containing element that is capable of “hosting” any other component that is appropriate.
You can play with the typography within your cards to create beautiful cards.
Below are some of the custom alignments that you can use for the actions through the
On the examples below, notice the QCardSection with
horizontal prop on it that wraps other QCardSections. Also note that you can directly use
col-* classes on children of horizontal QCardSection in order to control the size.
It’s recommended that you use QImg component instead of native
<img> when dealing with horizontal QCardSections.
On the example below, click on the round button on the bottom right to see the expansion in action.