Oyetoke Tobi
Feb 2, 2022 ⋅ 4 min read

Define properties with Vue Property Decorator and TypeScript

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3 Replies to "Define properties with Vue Property Decorator and TypeScript"

  1. I only got as far as “Creating a TypeScript Vue component” before it all blew up!

    ERROR in src/App.vue:14:2

    TS1238: Unable to resolve signature of class decorator when called as an expression.
    This expression is not callable.
    Type ‘typeof import(“/home/mark/repos/vue-props-example/node_modules/vue-class-component/dist/vue-class-component”)’ has no call signatures.
    12 | import { Component, Vue } from “vue-property-decorator”;
    13 |
    > 14 | @Component

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