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Mar 23, 2023 ⋅ 5 min read

Making your components dynamic in Vue 3

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5 Replies to "Making your components dynamic in Vue 3"

  1. Excellent article, thank you. I build backend APIs and want to venture into frontend builds. This article will help me dynamically load API data per component.

    Also, nice touch in discussing . Thanks again!

  2. You say it’s dynamic but the imports are hard coded? How do I get dynamic imports with these components. I’ve been searching the internet for days. 🙁

  3. May i know how to remove the error no-unused-components from eslint when using dynamic components?

  4. Really nice explanation. But example with binding via “is” not working when it is not a dynamic.

    is=”Test1″ must be :”Test1″ otherwhise VUE/ESLINTER wrote something about error and that it must be in this style.

    Its about settings or Vue version or what? Thx 🙂

    Otherwise perfectly simple 🙂

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