David Atanda
May 4, 2021 ⋅ 6 min read

Understanding computed properties in Vue.js

David Atanda Building scalable applications on the web.

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One Reply to "Understanding computed properties in Vue.js"

  1. Good write up.
    Please, I am new to vue, and thus seek for your assistance.
    Concerning the shopping cart example, I am stuck with a situation where you would have to send the “total” price of the product to the database. As the total price is calculated in the computed property, but then not sent to the “data” property, how can it be sent to the database? Thank you for your assistance.

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