For web developers, one of the best things about Vue is its flexibility. Various ways to develop components, powerful mixins, and the freedom to choose a build system are just some of the advantages of Vue. In this talk I'll look at Vue component libraries from our perspective as IDE developers and discuss some challenges we're facing with such flexibility. How to find all the available components in a library? What types their props have? Where are the docs? These are just some of the questions we have to answer. Finally, I'll tell the story of how we ended up creating web-types, a format for describing component libraries. I'll demonstrate how it can help editors and documentation generators and how to use it.