Vue2 and Vue3 use watch listeners in detail

  • 2021-11-24 00:55:51
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watch Listening for data changes (change events for a value)


 data () {
 } , 
	       *   newValue: Current value 
           *   oldValue: On modification 1 Engraved value 
          	// doSomething
          } , 
           * deep:Boolean :  Depth monitoring 
           * 	true:  The change of listening heap is 
           * 	false: Listen only for stack changes ( Default )
           * immediate:Boolean :  Whether it is in the first 1 Execute when defined for the second time handler Function 
           * 	true:  In the first 1 Execute when defined for the second time handler Function 
           * 	false: Modify before executing handler Function 


watch is used to listen for responsive data

Basic use

const num = ref(0)
1.  Import   import {watch} from 'vue'
2.  Use 
	 `const  Return value = watch( Values to listen to , (newVal,oldVal)=>{ }, {deep,immediate,flush})`
	  Return value :  You can turn off listening:   Return value ()
	  Parameter 1:  Values to listen to 
	 			  Basic data type (Number,String,Boolean,null,undefined) :   ()=> Basic data type value 
	 			  Complex data type (Array,Object,Function) : 			 Direct writing /()=> Basic data type value 
	  Parameter 2:  Analogy Vue2 In handler Function 
	  Parameter 3: {} Object ,  You can have a configuration item in an object :deep,immediate,flush,
	 		deep,immediate The meaning of is described above ,  This is mainly about flush Explain the value of :
      				   pre (Default) : Before rendering, the value changed, and it was not rendered to dom
      				   post: After rendering, the value changes, and it is also rendered to dom
    				   sync: Change 1 Sub-rendering 1 Times, every 1 All times before rendering `

In actual development, you can't monitor the use of change system 1

watch(()= > Responsive data, () = > {},{deep:true})

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