||Since its construction in early 2010s, the Fargues-Fontaine curve has played a pivotal role in p-adic Hodte theory and related fields. Vector bundles on this ``curve" are of particular interest, as they provide a geometric interpretation of numerous constructions from those fields. Most notably, by the upcoming work of Fargues-Scholze, the local Langlands correspondence can be realized in terms of certain sheaves on the stack of vector bundles on the Fargues-Fontaine curve. In this talk, we discuss several classification theorems about vector bundles on the curve, including a complete classification of quotients and subsheaves of a given vector bundle. Our proof crucially relies on Scholze's theory of diamonds, which provides a correct framework for dimension counting of various moduli spaces of bundle maps.