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Oduah Chigozie
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Feb 9, 2022 ⋅ 8 min read

A definitive guide to Vue 3 components

Oduah Chigozie Technical writer | Frontend developer | Blockchain developer

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5 Replies to "A definitive guide to Vue 3 components"

  1. Thanks you for the post guys, it helped me a lot, you made a litle mistake tho, when you use a component in a CDN project you actually have to use he kebab syntax and with an ending tag to render it, like , instead of , which is exclusive for the CLI version.

    1. Thanks for pointing it out! I’m aware of that, and I did it this way to show the similarity between the two versions.

  2. Found a typo in your text. After “The only differences between simple components created by the CLI and CDN are as follows:” you need to replace “CDN” to “CLI” in both following sentences. Because in the CLI you do not need to create a script tag with a template, and it is also in the CLI that you can split components into separate files, but not in the CDN version.

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