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Apr 30, 2024 ⋅ 10 min read

Reactivity with the Vue 3 Composition API: ref() and reactive()

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One Reply to "Reactivity with the Vue 3 Composition API: <code>ref()</code> and <code>reactive()</code>"

  1. Shouldn’t the example code for converting the vue 2 code to ref() and increasing the counter be as follows:
    `this.xTimes.value++`, and not just `this.xTimes++`

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