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vue-property-decorator

8.1.0 • Public • Published

Vue Property Decorator

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This library fully depends on vue-class-component, so please read its README before using this library.

License

MIT License

Install

npm i -S vue-property-decorator

Usage

There are 7 decorators and 1 function (Mixin):

@Prop(options: (PropOptions | Constructor[] | Constructor) = {}) decorator

import { Vue, Component, Prop } from 'vue-property-decorator'
 
@Component
export default class YourComponent extends Vue {
  @Prop(Number) readonly propA!: number
  @Prop({ default: 'default value' }) readonly propB!: string
  @Prop([String, Boolean]) readonly propC!: string | boolean
}

is equivalent to

export default {
  props: {
    propA: {
      type: Number
    },
    propB: {
      default: 'default value'
    },
    propC: {
      type: [String, Boolean]
    },
  }
}

Note that:

If you'd like to set type property of each prop value from its type definition, you can use reflect-metadata.

  1. Set emitDecoratorMetadata to true.
  2. Import reflect-metadata before importing vue-property-decorator (importing reflect-metadata is needed just once.)

Each prop's default value need to be defined as same as the example code shown in above.

It's not supported to define each default property like @Prop() prop = 'default value .

@Model(event?: string, options: (PropOptions | Constructor[] | Constructor) = {}) decorator

import { Vue, Component, Model } from 'vue-property-decorator'
 
@Component
export default class YourComponent extends Vue {
  @Model('change', { type: Boolean }) readonly checked!: boolean
}

is equivalent to

export default {
  model: {
    prop: 'checked',
    event: 'change'
  },
  props: {
    checked: {
      type: Boolean
    },
  },
}

@Model property can also set type property from its type definition via reflect-metadata .

@Watch(path: string, options: WatchOptions = {}) decorator

import { Vue, Component, Watch } from 'vue-property-decorator'
 
@Component
export default class YourComponent extends Vue {
  @Watch('child')
  onChildChanged(val: string, oldVal: string) { }
 
  @Watch('person', { immediate: true, deep: true })
  onPersonChanged1(val: Person, oldVal: Person) { }
 
  @Watch('person')
  onPersonChanged2(val: Person, oldVal: Person) { }
}

is equivalent to

export default {
  watch: {
    'child': [
      {
        handler: 'onChildChanged',
        immediate: false,
        deep: false
      }
    ],
    'person': [
      {
        handler: 'onPersonChanged1',
        immediate: true,
        deep: true
      },
      {
        handler: 'onPersonChanged2',
        immediate: false,
        deep: false
      }
    ]
  },
  methods: {
    onChildChanged(val, oldVal) { },
    onPersonChanged1(val, oldVal) { }
    onPersonChanged2(val, oldVal) { }
  }
}

@Emit(event?: string) decorator

The functions decorated by @Emit $emit their return value followed by their original arguments. If the return value is a promise, it is resolved before being emitted.

If the name of the event is not supplied via the event argument, the function name is used instead. In that case, the camelCase name will be converted to kebab-case.

import { Vue, Component, Emit } from 'vue-property-decorator'
 
@Component
export default class YourComponent extends Vue {
  count = 0
 
  @Emit()
  addToCount(n: number) {
    this.count += n
  }
 
  @Emit('reset')
  resetCount() {
    this.count = 0
  }
 
  @Emit()
  returnValue() {
    return 10
  }
 
  @Emit()
  promise() {
    return new Promise(resolve => {
      setTimeout(() => {
        resolve(20)
      }, 0)
    })
  }
}

is equivalent to

export default {
  data() {
    return {
      count: 0
    }
  },
  methods: {
    addToCount(n) {
      this.count += n
      this.$emit('add-to-count', n)
    },
    resetCount() {
      this.count = 0
      this.$emit('reset')
    },
    returnValue() {
      this.$emit('return-value', 10)
    },
    promise() {
      const promise = new Promise(resolve => {
        setTimeout(() => {
          resolve(20)
        }, 0)
      })
 
      promise.then(value => {
        this.$emit('promise', value)
      })
    }
  }
}

@Provide(key?: string | symbol) / @Inject(options?: { from?: InjectKey, default?: any } | InjectKey) decorator

import { Component, Inject, Provide, Vue } from 'vue-property-decorator'
 
const symbol = Symbol('baz')
 
@Component
export class MyComponent extends Vue {
  @Inject() readonly foo!: string
  @Inject('bar') readonly bar!: string
  @Inject({ from: 'optional', default: 'default' }) readonly optional!: string
  @Inject(symbol) readonly baz!: string
 
 
  @Provide() foo = 'foo'
  @Provide('bar') baz = 'bar'
}

is equivalent to

const symbol = Symbol('baz')
 
export const MyComponent = Vue.extend({
 
  inject: {
    foo: 'foo',
    bar: 'bar',
    'optional': { from: 'optional', default: 'default' },
    [symbol]: symbol
  },
  data () {
    return {
      foo: 'foo',
      baz: 'bar'
    }
  },
  provide () {
    return {
      foo: this.foo,
      bar: this.baz
    }
  }
})

See also

vuex-class

install

npm i vue-property-decorator

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version

8.1.0

license

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