ListElement

Repeats other elements.

Basic Usage

<ListElement> component can be used in a <Vueform> component to repeat a single element:

<template>
  <Vueform>
    <ListElement name="list">
      <template #default="{ index }">
        <TextElement
          :name="index"
          placeholder="To-do"
        />
      </template>
    </ListElement>
  </Vueform>
</template>

It can also be used to render multiple elements in an <ObjectElement>:

<template>
  <Vueform>
    <ListElement name="list">
      <template #default="{ index }">
        <ObjectElement
          :name="index"
          :label="`To-do #${index+1}`
        ">
          <TextElement
            name="todo"
            placeholder="To-do"
          />
          <CheckboxElement
            name="ready"
            text="Ready"
            add-class="-mt-2"
          />
        </ObjectElement>
      </template>
    </ListElement>
  </Vueform>
</template>

Important: the element in <ListElement> must always use index as name from slot scope.

Configuration options can be passed over as regular component props. Check out Options section for available configuration options.

Options

Find below the list of options that can use to configure ListElement component. Options can be passed to the component via props in inline templates, or in the element's object when using schema.

element

  • Type: object
  • Default: null
<ListElement :element="{ type: 'text', placeholder: 'To-do' }"... />

Defines a single element that gets repeated within the list. It can by any type of element except group.

Alternatively you can use the #default slot to render a single element:

<ListElement name="todos">
  <template #default="{ index }">
    <TextElement :name="index" placeholder="To-do (inline)" />
  </template>
</ListElement>

Important: When using inline element, its name has to equal to default slot's index scope.

If you would like to repeat multiple elements use object.

object

  • Type: object
  • Default: null
<ListElement :object="{
  label: 'To-do',
  schema: {
    todo: { type: 'text', placeholder: 'To-do' },
    ready: { type: 'checkbox', text: 'Ready' },
  }
}" ... />

Defines an ObjectElement with multiple elements that gets repeated within the list. The object can contain any options an ObjectElement would and will be applied to each instance.

Alternatively you can use the #default slot to render multiple elements in an ObjectElement:

<ListElement name="todos">
  <template #default="{ index }">
    <ObjectElement :name="index">
      <TextElement name="todo" placeholder="To-do (inline)" />
      <CheckboxElement name="ready" text="Ready" />
    </ObjectElement>
  </template>
</ListElement>

Important: When using inline object, its name has to equal to default slot's index scope.

initial

  • Type: number
  • Default: 1
<ListElement :initial="3" ... />

The initial number of items the list should have.

min

  • Type: number
  • Default: -1
<ListElement :min="2" :initial="3" ... />

The minimum number of elements the list should have. List items can't be removed if their number is <= min. The -1 value turns off the requirement.

max

  • Type: number
  • Default: -1
<ListElement :max="4" :initial="3" ... />

The maximum number of elements the list can have. Can't add new items if their number is >= max. The -1 value turns off the limit.

addText

  • Type: string
  • Default: locale.elements.list.add
<ListElement add-text="Add to-do" ... />

The label of add button.

sort

  • Type: boolean
  • Default: false
<ListElement :sort="true" :default="[1,2,3]" ... />

Whether the list elements can be sorted.

controls

  • Type: object
  • Default: {
    "add": true,
    "remove": true,
    "sort": true
    }
<!-- Can't add --->
<ListElement :sort="true" :controls="{ add: false }" ... />

<!-- Can't remove --->
<ListElement :sort="true" :controls="{ remove: false }" ... />

<!-- Can't sort --->
<ListElement :sort="true" :controls="{ sort: false }" ... />

Defines the available list controls in an object. Object properties:

  • add - enables/disables adding a new item
  • remove - enables/disables removing items
  • sort - enables/disables sorting when sort is enabled

storeOrder

  • Type: string
  • Default: null
<ListElement :sort="true" store-order="order" :object="{
  schema: {
    name: { type: 'text', floating: 'Name', columns: 9 },
    order: { type: 'text', columns: 3 },
  }
}" @mounted="el$ => el$.load([
  { name: 'John', order: 1 },
  { name: 'Stephen', order: 2 },
  { name: 'Mary', order: 3 },
])" ... />

The name of the element that stores the order value when using sort and object. The element is recommended to be HiddenElement.

order

  • Type: string
  • Default: null
<!-- Using `element` --->
<ListElement order="asc" :element="{
  type: 'text',
  placeholder: 'To-do',
}" @mounted="el$ => el$.load([3,1,2])" ... />

<!-- Using `object` and `orderBy` --->
<ListElement order="desc" order-by="age" :object="{
  schema: {
    name: { type: 'text', floating: 'Name', columns: 6 },
    age: { type: 'text', floating: 'Age', columns: 6 },
  }
}" @mounted="el$ => el$.load([
  { name: 'John', age: 17, },
  { name: 'Stephen', age: 32, },
  { name: 'Mary', age: 25, },
])" ... />

Automatically sorts the list when data is loaded. Possible values: 'asc|desc'.

If the list is using an element it will be sorted based on its value.

If the list is using an object it should be used in conjunction with orderBy which defines the name of the object property that contains the order.

orderBy

  • Type: string
  • Default: null
<ListElement order="desc" order-by="age" :object="{
  schema: {
    name: { type: 'text', floating: 'Name', columns: 6 },
    age: { type: 'text', floating: 'Age', columns: 6 },
  }
}" @mounted="el$ => el$.load([
  { name: 'John', age: 17, },
  { name: 'Stephen', age: 32, },
  { name: 'Mary', age: 25, },
])" ... />

The name of the object property that determines the order when using order and object.

name

  • Type: string|number
  • Default: undefined
  • Required: true
<ListElement name="element" ... />

Sets the element's name.

id

  • Type: string
  • Default: null
<ListElement id="field-id" ... />

Sets the id attribute of the list.

disabled

  • Type: boolean
  • Default: false
<ListElement :disabled="true"... />

Disables adding new list items and removing/sorting existing ones.

label

  • Type: string|object|function
  • Default: null

Sets a label for the element. Can be defined as a string, a Vue component object with a render function or as a function that receives el$ as its first a param.

Can also be defined via #label slot.

info

  • Type: string
  • Default: null
<ListElement label="Info" info="Info" ... />

Renders an ElementInfo component next to the element's label. By default the icon shows the value of info when hovered, which can contain plain text or HTML. The element needs to have a label defined in order for info to be rendered.

Can be also defined via #info slot.

infoPosition

  • Type: string
  • Default: right
<ListElement label="Top" info="Top" info-position="top" ... />
<ListElement label="Right" info="Right" info-position="right" ... />
<ListElement label="Left" info="Left" info-position="left" ... />
<ListElement label="Bottom" info="Bottom" info-position="bottom" ... />

Sets the position of the info tooltip.

Can be also defined via #info slot.

description

  • Type: string
  • Default: null
<ListElement description="Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet" ... />

Renders the contents of description prop in the ElementDescription component below the list. It can contain plain text or HTML.

Can be also defined via #description slot.

before

  • Type: object|string|number
  • Default: null
<ListElement before="Before" ... />

Renders the contents of before in a ElementText component before the list. It can contain plain text or HTML.

Can be also defined via #before slot.

between

  • Type: object|string|number
  • Default: null
<ListElement description="Description" between="Between" ... />

Renders the contents of between in a ElementText component between the list and the description. It can contain plain text or HTML.

Can be also defined via #between slot.

after

  • Type: object|string|number
  • Default: null
<ListElement description="Description" rules="required" after="After" ... />

Renders the contents of after in a ElementText component after the description and error. It can contain plain text or HTML.

Can be also defined via #after slot.

default

  • Type: array
  • Default: undefined
<ListElement :default="['Write tests', 'Do refact', 'Publish docs']" ... />

Sets children with default values.

formatData

  • Type: function
  • Default: null
<ListElement :format-data="(n, v) => ({[n]: /* transformed value */ })" ... />

Formats the element's requestData.

The first param is the element's name, the second is the value. The return value should be an object, which only contains one item with the element's name as key and the transformed value as value.

formatLoad

  • Type: function
  • Default: null
<ListElement :format-load="(v) => /* transformed value */" ... />

Formats the data being loaded to the element when using load(data, format: true). It receives the value being loaded to the element as its first param and should return the formatted value of the element.

submit

  • Type: boolean
  • Default: true
<ListElement :submit="false" ... />

If set to false the element's data will not be included in requestData and will not be submitted.

rules

  • Type: array|string|object
  • Default: null
<ListElement rules="required|min:2" ... />
<ListElement :rules="['required', 'min:2']" ... />

The validation rules to be applied for the element.

The list of rules can be defined as a string separated by | or as an array, where each item should be a single validation rule.

fieldName

  • Type: string
  • Default: name|label
<ListElement field-name="Field name" rules="required" ... />

Sets the name of the field in validation rule messages.

messages

  • Type: object
  • Default: {}
<ListElement rules="required" :messages="{ required: 'The list must have at least one item' }" ... />

Overrides the default messages for the element's validation rules. The value is an object where each key is the name of a validation rule and the value is the error message that will be displayed when the rule fails.

You can override validation messages on form level with messages.

conditions

  • Type: array
  • Default: []
// field1 - type 'show'
<TextElement name="field1" ... />

// Group 1 - only if field1 == 'show'
<ListElement :conditions="[['field1', 'show']]" ... />

// Group 2 - only if field1 != 'show'
<ListElement" :conditions="[['field1', '!=', 'show']]" ... />

// Group 3 - only if field1 == 'show'
<ListElement :conditions="[
  (form$, el$) => form$.el$('field1')?.value === 'show'
]" ... />

Shows or hides an element based on the provided conditions.

If an element's conditions are unmet the element will be hidden and its available property will become false. If hidden, its value will not be part of requestData.

Conditions can be provided as an array, where each item has to be either an array or a function. The element will only become available if all the conditions are fulfilled.

If a condition is provided as an array, the first value must be the path of an other field which value should be watched. The second is an operator that defines the type of comparison. The third is the expected value of the other field.

<ListElement name="field" :conditions="[['other_field', '==', 'expected_value']]" ... />

Hint: In case you want to check for equality you might leave the operator and pass the expected value as the second param:

<ListElement name="field" :conditions="[['other_field', 'expected_value']]" ... />

Available operators:

  • == - expects equality
  • != - expects inequality
  • not_in - expects not be be among an array of values
  • > - expects the other element's value to be higher
  • >=- expects the other element's value to be higher or equal
  • < - expects the other element's value to be lower
  • <= - expects the other element's value to be lower or equal

The expected value can also be defined as an array in which case any of its values will fulfill the condition.

A condition can also be defined as a function that returns a boolean. The function receives a form$ param (which the root form component). You can use the form$'s el$(path) method or data to reach any element's value within the form:

<ListElement name="field" :conditions="[
  function(form$) {
    return form$.el$('other_field').value === 'expected_value'
  },
  function(form$) {
    return form$.data.other_field === 'expected_value'
  }
]" ... />

columns

  • Type: object|string|number
  • Default: null
<ListElement label="Label" :columns="{ container: 12, label: 3, wrapper: 12 }" ... />

Sets the size of the container, label and wrapper using the theme's grid system, where the:

  • container is the outermost DOM that contains both label and wrapper
  • label contains the label
  • wrapper contains the list.
container: 12
label: 3
wrapper: 12

The value of container defines the size of the element's container. 12 will result in full width, 6 in half, 4 in third and so on.

The value of label defines the amount of space the label should take up within the container. If the container is 12 and label is 6 the label is going to take up half the space and the list will the other half (which is calculated automatically). If the container is 6 and label is 6, the label will only take up one forth and the list the rest. In case the label has full width (12) the list will also take up full space instead of becoming zero.

The value of wrapper defines the size of the list wrapper within the space left for it in the container after subtracting the size of the label. If the container is 12 and label is 4 the space left for the list is 8. In this case if the wrapper value is 12 it will take up the full space left for it (which is 8) while if it is changed to 6 it will only take up half the space left for it (4):

<ListElement label="Label" :columns="{ container: 12, label: 4, wrapper: 12 }" ... />
<ListElement label="Label" :columns="{ container: 12, label: 4, wrapper: 6 }" ... />

Note that while the size of the list wrapper changes, the size of extras like a description or error won't be limited to the wrapper's space. Instead it will take up the full space in the container left after subtracting the size of the label:

<ListElement
  label="Label"
  :columns="{ container: 12, label: 4, wrapper: 6 }" 
  description="Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit"
... />

You can set the value of columns as a number in which case the container will receive its value without affecting the default settings of label and wrapper:

<ListElement label="Label" :columns="6" ... /> <!-- { container: 6, label: 3, wrapper: 12 } -->

You can as well define column values for different breakpoints using the theme system's breakpoints like sm, md, etc. as keys:

<ListElement label="Label" :columns="{
  xs: { container: 12, label: 12, wrapper: 12 },
  sm: { container: 12, label: 4, wrapper: 12 },
  md: 12,
  lg: { container: 12, label: 2, wrapper: 12 }
}" ... />

Default column sizes can be defined globally in vueform.config.js or on form level using columns.

inline

  • Type: boolean
  • Default: false
<ListElement :inline="true" ... />

Renders the element and all of its components in a single <span> without applying columns.

size

  • Type: string
  • Default: undefined
<ListElement size="sm" ... />
<ListElement ... /> <!-- Default size: 'md' -->
<ListElement size="lg" ... />

The size of the element and its child components.

view

  • Type: string
  • Default: undefined
<ListElement view="alt" ... />

The name of the view to be used for the element and by default for its child components. If undefined the default view will be used. Child component views can be overridden with views option.

Learn more about views here.

views

  • Type: object
  • Default: {}
<ListElement :views="{
  ComponentName: 'alt'
}" ... />

The name of the views for the child components.

Learn more about views here.

addClasses

  • Type: object
  • Default: {}
<ListElement :add-classes="{
  ComponentName: {
    classname: 'class-value',
    classname: ['class-value'],
    classname: [{'class-value': true}],
  }
}" ... />

Adds classes to any component's class names. The classes can have string or array values. When Vue style classes are used object values must be wrapped in an array.

Learn more about adding classes here.

addClass

  • Type: array|object|string
  • Default: null
<ListElement :add-class="{
  classname: 'class-value',
  classname: ['class-value'],
  classname: [{'class-value': true}],
}" ... />

Adds classes to any of ListElement component's class names. Classes can have string or array values. When Vue style classes are used object values must be wrapped in an array.

Learn more about adding classes here.

removeClasses

  • Type: object
  • Default: {}
<ListElement :remove-classes="{
  ComponentName: {
    classname: ['class-value-1', 'class-value-2']
  }
}" ... />

Removes classes from any class names of any components. The classes to be removed must be listed in an array.

Learn more about removing classes here.

removeClass

  • Type: array|object
  • Default: null
<ListElement :remove-class="{
  classname: ['class-value-1', 'class-value-2']
}" ... />

Removes classes from any of ListElement component's class names. The classes to be removed must be listed in an array.

Learn more about removing classes here.

replaceClasses

  • Type: object
  • Default: {}
<ListElement :replace-classes="{
  ComponentName: {
    classname: {
      'from-class': 'to-class',
      'from-class': ['to-class'],
      'from-class': [{'to-class': true}],
    }
  }
}" ... />

Replaces classes of any class names of any component. The keys are the original class names and the values are the replacements. The keys can only be single classes, while values can contain multiple ones in string or an array. When Vue style classes are used object values must be wrapped in an array.

Learn more about replacing classes here.

replaceClass

  • Type: object
  • Default: null
<ListElement :replace-class="{
  classname: {
    'from-class': 'to-class',
    'from-class': ['to-class'],
    'from-class': [{'to-class': true}],
  }
}" ... />

Replaces the classes of any class names of ListElement component. The keys are the original class names and the values are the replacements. The keys can only be single classes, while values can contain multiple ones in string or an array. When Vue style classes are used object values must be wrapped in an array.

Learn more about replacing classes here.

overrideClasses

  • Type: object
  • Default: {}
<ListElement :override-classes="{
  ComponentName: {
    classname: 'class-value',
    classname: ['class-value'],
    classname: [{'class-value': true}],
  }
}" ... />

Overrides the classes of any component's class names. The classes can have string or array values. When Vue style classes are used object values must be wrapped in an array.

Learn more about overriding classes here.

overrideClass

  • Type: array|object|string
  • Default: null
<ListElement :override-classes="{
  ComponentName: {
    classname: 'class-value',
    classname: ['class-value'],
    classname: [{'class-value': true}],
  }
}" ... />

Overrides the classes of any of ListElement component's class names. The classes can have string or array values. When Vue style classes are used object values must be wrapped in an array.

Learn more about overriding classes here.

templates

  • Type: object
  • Default: {}
<template>
  <div id="app">
    <Vueform>
      <ListElement :templates="{ ElementError }" ... />
    </Vueform>
  </div>
</template>

<script>
import { markRaw } from 'vue'
import CustomElementError from './CustomElementError.vue'

export default {
  data() {
    return {
      ElementError: markRaw(CustomElementError),
    }
  }
}
</script>

Overrides templates used by the component.

Learn more about overriding templates here.

presets

  • Type: array
  • Default: []
<ListElement :presets="['preset1', 'preset2']" ... />

The presets to be applied for the component.

Learn more about presets classes here.

slots

  • Type: object
  • Default: {}
<script>
import { Vueform, useVueform } from '@vueform/vueform'
import CustomDescriptionSlot from 'path/to/CustomDescriptionSlot.vue'

export default {
  mixins: [Vueform],
  setup: useVueform,
  data: () => ({
    vueform: {
      schema: {
        element: {
          type: 'list',
          slots: {
            label: '<span>Label</span>',
            description: CustomDescriptionSlot,
          }
        }
      }
    }
  })
}
</script>

With this option you can define slot values in a schema based form that you would normally just write inline. The value of a slot can be a plain string, HTML or a component with render function.

While this option can be also used in inline forms, it's primarily intended for schema based forms.

Properties

Properties include data, computed and inject properties of the component. You can use them by reaching the element's Vue component instance via form$'s el$(path) method or directly via this in options API or el$ in Composition API.

aria

  • Type: object
  • Group: computed

The aria-* attributes of the input.

addLabel

  • Type: string
  • Group: computed

The label of add button.

value

  • Type: any
  • Group: computed

The value of the element.

model

  • Type: any
  • Group: computed

Intermediary value between element's value and field's v-model. It is required when we need to transform the value format between the element and its field.

data

  • Type: object
  • Group: computed

The value of the element in {[name]: value} value format. This gets merged with the parent component's data.

requestData

  • Type: object
  • Group: computed

Same as data property except that it only includes the element's value if submit is not disabled and available is true (has no conditions or they are fulfilled).

empty

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether the element has no value filled in.

path

  • Type: string
  • Group: computed

The path of the element using dot . syntax.

dataPath

  • Type: string
  • Group: computed

The path of the element's data using dot . syntax.

children$

  • Type: object,Element
  • Group: computed

Child element components.

hasAdd

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether adding new items is allowed. Will return false if the element has isDisabled: true or have reached max items. Can be disabled manually by setting controls.add to false.

hasRemove

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether remove items is allowed. Will return false if the element has isDisabled: true or has <= min items. Can be disabled manually by setting controls.remove to false.

hasSort

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether list items should be sortable. Can be enabled by setting sort to true, but will return false if the element has isDisabled: true.

sorting

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: data

Whether the list is currently being sorted (an item is dragged).

isSortable

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether the list is sortable. Can be enabled with sort option, but it will disabled if isDisabled is true.

orderByName

  • Type: string
  • Group: computed

The name of the child (when using object) by which the items should ordered.

validated

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether the element and all of its children was already validated at least once.

invalid

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether the element or any of its children has any failing rules.

dirty

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether the element's or any of its children's value was modified.

pending

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether the element or any of its children has any async rules in progress.

debouncing

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether the element or any of its chilren has a validation rule with pending debounce.

busy

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether the element or any of its children is pending or debouncing.

messageBag

  • Type: MessageBag
  • Default: MessageBag
  • Group: data

Instance of MessageBag service. Custom errors and messages can be added.

errors

  • Type: array
  • Group: computed

All the errors of MessageBag.

error

  • Type: string
  • Group: computed

The first error of MessageBag.

available

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether no conditions are defined or they are all fulfilled.

hidden

  • Type: boolean
  • Default: false
  • Group: data

Whether the element was hidden programmatically with show() or hide() methods.

visible

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether the element is visible. It's false when available or active is false or hidden is true.

isDisabled

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether the element is disabled.

fieldId

  • Type: string
  • Group: computed

The id of the list. If id is not provided path will be used.

hasLabel

  • Type: boolean
  • Group: computed

Whether the element has a label option, a #label slot or Vueform component's forceLabels option is true.

Size

  • Type: string
  • Group: computed

The resolved size of the element and all of its child components.

View

  • Type: string
  • Group: computed

The name of the resolved view for the component and the default view for its child components. Child component views can be overridden with views option. This one should be used to determine the component's view in class functions.

template

  • Type: object
  • Group: computed

The component's template.

classes

  • Type: object
  • Group: computed

The component's classes.

theme

  • Type: object
  • Group: inject

The global theme object, which contains all the default templates and classes.

form$

  • Type: component
  • Group: inject

The root form's component.

el$

  • Type: component
  • Group: computed

The element's component.

mounted

  • Type: boolean
  • Default: true
  • Group: data

Whether the element has been already mounted.

Methods

The methods of the component that you can use by reaching the element's Vue component instance via form$'s el$(path) method or directly via this in options API or el$ in Composition API.

.add(value)

  • Arguments:
    • {any} value* - value of the appended element (optional)
  • Returns: integer

Appends a new item.

.remove(index)

  • Arguments:
    • {number} index* - index of items to be removed
  • Returns: void

Removes an items by its index.

.load(value, format)

  • Arguments:
    • {string} value* - the value to be loaded
    • {boolean} format* - whether the loaded value should be formatted with formatLoad before setting the value of the element (default: false)
  • Returns: void

Loads value to the element using optional formatLoad formatter. This is the method that gets called for each element when loading data to the form with format: true.

.update(value)

  • Arguments:
    • {string|} value* - the value to be set
  • Returns: void

Updates the value of the element similarly to load, only that it can't format data.

.clear()

  • Returns: void

Clears the element's value.

.reset()

  • Returns: void

Resets the element's value to default (or empty if default is not provided). Also resets all the validation state for the element.

.disable()

  • Returns: void

Disables the element.

.enable()

  • Returns: void

Enables the element even if it is disabled by disabled option.

.on(event, callback)

  • Arguments:
    • {string} event* - name of the event to listen for
    • {function} callback* - callback to run when the event is triggered
  • Returns: void

Adds a listener for an event.

.off(event)

  • Arguments:
    • {string} event* - name of the event to remove
  • Returns: void

Removes all listeners for an event.

.fire(args)

  • Arguments:
    • {any} args* - list of arguments to pass over to the event callback
  • Returns: void

Fires and emits an event.

.validate()

  • Returns: void

Checks each validation rule for the element and validates children (async).

.validateValidators()

  • Returns: void

Checks each validation rule for the element (async).

.validateChildren()

  • Returns: void

Validates every child (async).

.clean()

  • Returns: void

Removes the element's dirty state.

.resetValidators()

  • Returns: void

Sets the validators to default state.

.hide()

  • Returns: void

Hides the element.

.show()

  • Returns: void

Shows the element if it was hidden with hide() method.

Events

With events you can subscribe to different events broadcasted by the element. It can be used inline as regular Vue event listeners with @event format. In schema it can be used in PascalCase format prefixed with on (eg. onChange).

<template>
  <Vueform>
    <ListElement @{eventName}="handler" ... />
  </Vueform>
</template>
<script>
import { Vueform, useVueform } from '@vueform/vueform'

export default {
  mixins: [Vueform],
  setup: useVueform,
  data: () => ({
    vueform: {
      schema: {
        element: {
          type: 'list',
          on{EventName}() {
            // ...
          }
        }
      }
    }
  })
}
</script>

You can also use on(event, callback) method to subscribe to events.

@change

  • Params:
    • {string} newValue - the new value
    • {string} oldValue - the old value
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Triggered when the element's value is changed.

@add

  • Params:
    • {number} index - the index of the added item
    • {any} addedValue - the added value
    • {array} newValue - the element value after the item is added

Triggered when a new item is added to the list.

@remove

  • Params:
    • {number} index - the index of the removed item
    • {array} value - the element's value after the item is removed

Triggered when a new item is added to the list.

@sort

  • Params:
    • {array} value - the element's value after sorting

Triggered when items are being sorted by the user, when sort: true.

@beforeCreate

  • Params:
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Triggered in beforeCreate hook.

@created

  • Params:
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Triggered in created hook.

@beforeMount

  • Params:
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Triggered in beforeMount hook.

@mounted

  • Params:
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Triggered in mounted hook.

@beforeUpdate

  • Params:
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Triggered in beforeUpdate hook.

@updated

  • Params:
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Triggered in updated hook.

@beforeUnmount

  • Params:
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Triggered in beforeUnmount (or beforeDestroy in Vue 2) hook.

@unmounted

  • Params:
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Triggered in unmounted (or destroyed in Vue 2) hook.

Slots

Slots can be used inline or in slots option object when used in schema:

<template>
  <Vueform>
    <ListElement ... >
      <template #{slot-name}="scope">
        <!-- ... --->
      </template>
    </ListElement>
  </Vueform>
</template>
<script>
import { Vueform, useVueform } from '@vueform/vueform'

export default {
  mixins: [Vueform],
  setup: useVueform,
  data: () => ({
    vueform: {
      schema: {
        element: {
          type: 'list',
          slots: {
            {slotName}: // implementation
          }
        }
      }
    }
  })
}
</script>

#label

  • Scope:
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Renders a label for the element in ElementLabel component.

#info

  • Scope:
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Renders an info icon in ElementInfo component next the the element label. When the icon is hovered it shows the content of this slot. The element needs to have a label to render this.

#description

  • Scope:
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Renders description for the element in ElementDescription component.

#before

  • Scope:
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Renders an ElementText component before the list.

#between

  • Scope:
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Renders an ElementText component after the list and before description.

#after

  • Scope:
    • {component} el$ - the element's component

Renders an ElementText component after the description and error.

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