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Brett NelsonGetting to Know Vue.jshttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3781-6_3

3. Conditional Rendering

Brett Nelson1 
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Eagan, Minnesota, USA
 

Sometimes your app will need to be able to determine whether or not to show something depending on user interactions. For instance, if we are creating a form that asks if users own a car and the user says no, there is no reason to show them the question that asks what color the car is.

Vue provides two directives to conditionally show content: v-if and v-show .
  • With v-show, we can hide and show content using the CSS display property.

  • With v-if, the content is removed from the DOM. It can be used with the v-else and v-else-if directives.

From a performance perspective, v-show has a higher initial ...

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