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13. Using the Repeater Directive

Adam Freeman1 
London, UK
In this chapter, I continue to describe the built-in Vue.js directives and focus on the v-for directive, which is commonly used to populate lists and generate rows for tables and grid layouts. Table 13-1 puts the v-for directive in context.
Table 13-1

Putting the v-for Directive in Context



What is it?

The v-for directive is used to duplicate a set of HTML elements for each item in an array or for each property defined by an object.

Why is it useful?

The v-for directive defines a variable that provides access to the object being processed, which can be used in data bindings to customize the ...

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