[Vue.js 3.0] API – Built-In Components

# Built-In Components

# component

  • Props:

    • is - string | Component
  • Usage:

    A "meta component" for rendering dynamic components. The actual component to render is determined by the is prop. An is prop as a string could be either an HTML tag name or a Component name.

  • Example:

    <!-- a dynamic component controlled by -->
    <!-- the `componentId` property on the vm -->
    <component :is="componentId"></component>
    <!-- can also render registered component or component passed as prop -->
    <component :is="$options.components.child"></component>
    <!-- can reference components by string -->
    <component :is="condition ? 'FooComponent' : 'BarComponent'"></component>
    <!-- can be used to render native HTML elements -->
    <component :is="href ? 'a' : 'span'"></component>
  • See also: Dynamic Components

# transition

  • Props:

    • name - string Used to automatically generate transition CSS class names. e.g. name: 'fade' will auto expand to .fade-enter, .fade-enter-active, etc.
    • appear - boolean, Whether to apply transition on initial render. Defaults to false.
    • persisted - boolean. If true, indicates this is a transition that doesn't actually insert/remove the element, but toggles the show / hidden status instead. The transition hooks are injected, but will be skipped by the renderer. Instead, a custom directive can control the transition by calling the injected hooks (e.g. v-show).
    • css - boolean. Whether to apply CSS transition classes. Defaults to true. If set to false, will only trigger JavaScript hooks registered via component events.
    • type - string. Specifies the type of transition events to wait for to determine transition end timing. Available values are "transition" and "animation". By default, it will automatically detect the type that has a longer duration.
    • mode - string Controls the timing sequence of leaving/entering transitions. Available modes are "out-in" and "in-out"; defaults to simultaneous.
    • duration - number | { enter: number, leave: number }. Specifies the duration of transition. By default, Vue waits for the first transitionend or animationend event on the root transition element.
    • enter-from-class - string
    • leave-from-class - string
    • appear-class - string
    • enter-to-class - string
    • leave-to-class - string
    • appear-to-class - string
    • enter-active-class - string
    • leave-active-class - string
    • appear-active-class - string
  • Events:

    • before-enter
    • before-leave
    • enter
    • leave
    • appear
    • after-enter
    • after-leave
    • after-appear
    • enter-cancelled
    • leave-cancelled (v-show only)
    • appear-cancelled
  • Usage:

    <transition> serve as transition effects for single element/component. The <transition> only applies the transition behavior to the wrapped content inside; it doesn't render an extra DOM element, or show up in the inspected component hierarchy.

    <!-- simple element -->
    <div v-if="ok">toggled content</div>
    <!-- dynamic component -->
    <transition name="fade" mode="out-in" appear>
    <component :is="view"></component>
    <!-- event hooking -->
    <div id="transition-demo">
    <transition @after-enter="transitionComplete">
    <div v-show="ok">toggled content</div>
    const app = Vue.createApp({
    methods: {
    transitionComplete (el) {
    // for passed 'el' that DOM element as the argument, something ...
  • See also: Enter & Leave Transitions

# transition-group

  • Props:

    • tag - string, if not defined, renders without a root element.
    • move-class - overwrite CSS class applied during moving transition.
    • exposes the same props as <transition> except mode.
  • Events:

    • exposes the same events as <transition>.
  • Usage:

    <transition-group> provides transition effects for multiple elements/components. By default it doesn't render a wrapper DOM element, but one can be defined via the tag attribute.

    Note that every child in a <transition-group> must be uniquely keyed for the animations to work properly.

    <transition-group> supports moving transitions via CSS transform. When a child's position on screen has changed after an update, it will get applied a moving CSS class (auto generated from the name attribute or configured with the move-class attribute). If the CSS transform property is "transition-able" when the moving class is applied, the element will be smoothly animated to its destination using the FLIP technique(opens new window).

    <transition-group tag="ul" name="slide">
    <li v-for="item in items" :key="item.id">
    {{ item.text }}
  • See also: List Transitions

# keep-alive

  • Props:

    • include - string | RegExp | Array. Only components with matching names will be cached.
    • exclude - string | RegExp | Array. Any component with a matching name will not be cached.
    • max - number | string. The maximum number of component instances to cache.
  • Usage:

    When wrapped around a dynamic component, <keep-alive> caches the inactive component instances without destroying them. Similar to <transition>, <keep-alive> is an abstract component: it doesn't render a DOM element itself, and doesn't show up in the component parent chain.

    When a component is toggled inside <keep-alive>, its activated and deactivated lifecycle hooks will be invoked accordingly.

    Primarily used to preserve component state or avoid re-rendering.

    <!-- basic -->
    <component :is="view"></component>
    <!-- multiple conditional children -->
    <comp-a v-if="a > 1"></comp-a>
    <comp-b v-else></comp-b>
    <!-- used together with `<transition>` -->
    <component :is="view"></component>

    Note, <keep-alive> is designed for the case where it has one direct child component that is being toggled. It does not work if you have v-for inside it. When there are multiple conditional children, as above, <keep-alive> requires that only one child is rendered at a time.

  • include and exclude

    The include and exclude props allow components to be conditionally cached. Both props can be a comma-delimited string, a RegExp or an array:

    <!-- comma-delimited string -->
    <keep-alive include="a,b">
    <component :is="view"></component>
    <!-- regex (use `v-bind`) -->
    <keep-alive :include="/a|b/">
    <component :is="view"></component>
    <!-- Array (use `v-bind`) -->
    <keep-alive :include="['a', 'b']">
    <component :is="view"></component>

    The match is first checked on the component's own name option, then its local registration name (the key in the parent's components option) if the name option is not available. Anonymous components cannot be matched against.

  • max

    The maximum number of component instances to cache. Once this number is reached, the cached component instance that was least recently accessed will be destroyed before creating a new instance.

    <keep-alive :max="10">
    <component :is="view"></component>


    <keep-alive> does not work with functional components because they do not have instances to be cached.

  • See also: Dynamic Components - keep-alive

# slot

  • Props:

    • name - string, Used for named slot.
  • Usage:

    <slot> serve as content distribution outlets in component templates. <slot> itself will be replaced.

    For detailed usage, see the guide section linked below.

  • See also: Content Distribution with Slots

# teleport

  • Props:

    • to - string. Required prop, has to be a valid query selector, or an HTMLElement (if used in a browser environment). Specifies a target element where <teleport> content will be moved
    <!-- ok -->
    <teleport to="#some-id" />
    <teleport to=".some-class" />
    <teleport to="[data-teleport]" />
    <!-- Wrong -->
    <teleport to="h2" />
    <teleport to="some-string" />
    • disabled - boolean. This optional prop can be used to disable the <teleport>'s functionality, which means that its slot content will not be moved anywhere and instead be rendered where you specified the <teleport> in the surrounding parent component.
    <teleport to="#popup" :disabled="displayVideoInline">
    <video src="./my-movie.mp4">

    Notice that this will move the actual DOM nodes instead of being destroyed and recreated, and it will keep any component instances alive as well. All stateful HTML elements (i.e. a playing video) will keep their state.

  • See also: Teleport component

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