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Get component by key from list rendering


Get component by key from list rendering

By : user2185520
Date : November 22 2020, 04:01 AM
To fix the issue you can do If you add a ref you can search for the component by matching against the key:
code :
<component v-for="field in r.fields"
  :key="field.name"
  :field="field"
  :is="field.component"
  ref="comps"
></component>
this.$refs.comps.find(comp => comp.$vnode.key === 'foo')


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Differences between not rendering a component from within the parent's render method and not rendering the component fro

Differences between not rendering a component from within the parent's render method and not rendering the component fro


By : Vlad Barsukov
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps To answer my own question, the major difference, is that when the parent controls whether to render the child or not, instead of the child itself, the component gets unmounted and, internally, React cleans things up. If the child itself decides whether to render something or not, all its methods etc remain in memory.
List not rendering to parent component

List not rendering to parent component


By : Ian Kovich
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. You are mapping your state to props with mapStateToProps so you should get this state value from your props.
const { todos } = this.props; and iterate on todos instead of todolist.
how can i populate an axios get data array and pass it to a Vuejs component props to do list rendering in the component

how can i populate an axios get data array and pass it to a Vuejs component props to do list rendering in the component


By : Nshhshhs
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps Use an arrow function to keep access to this inside the axios request:
code :
mounted(){
  axios.get(this.loadurl)
  .then((response) => {
    this.clientnames = response.data
  })
}
Child component list not rendering

Child component list not rendering


By : user1624959
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. You are not invoking the renderPropertyList method. Add () to invoke it.
code :
<div>
  <Button
    variant="contained"
    color="primary"
    fullWidth={true}
    onClick={() => this.updateSelectedCell()}
  >
    View properties
  </Button>
  <List>{this.renderPropertyList()}</List>
</div>
renderPropertyList() {
  return this.state.cellProperties.map(key => {
    return <PropertyBarItem name={key.nodeName} value={key.nodeValue} />
  })
}
Rendering a list of different component types in Vue

Rendering a list of different component types in Vue


By : Jhon122
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need Yes there is a better way. Use Dynamic Components.
Here's an example shown in those docs.
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