I want to implement a process as below:  When a http request is in progress, display a loader. When the requests finish hide the loader....
A reference to another question saw in the stack overflow.  I checked for a solution like this but haven't succeeded yet.   <div class="form-group">    <label>Working Hours :</label>    <div v-for="value in day...
My index route is defined as:   { path: '/', adminOnly: false, component: Main },   Is there a way to access the 'adminOnly' property?  There seems to be no way of doing so in this block of code:  routes.beforeEach((to, from, next) =&...
I'm new in VueJS, I'm using VueJS 2 Webpack template. I was trying to redirect from login component to home component if login successful, I've tried many things but I still getting errors.  Here is my routing:  const router = new VueRout...
I want to dynamically set the title of the window for each route, so in each routes: [] child object I have a meta: { title: ... } object.  For example:  routes: [ {   path: 'profile/:id',   name: 'Profile',   component: Profile,   me...
I am integrating Vue Router into my application.  Within one of my components, I am using some js code which I do not want to load or be present when on another route?  Example  compA.vue <script>console.log('hello')</script>  app...
I had some logic in the mounted() method before I started using <keep-alive>. For instance: document.title = this.title. Now the title changes upon the first load only.  I could listen for route changes, but it won't work when you land on t...
I am creating a single page app and i would like to separate the route files in different files  Thta is in my main routing file index.js i have  export default new Router({  routes: [    { path: '/', component: Hello },    {path :'/users...
Parasails.js documentation mentions that it does support router and virtualPages, but does not actually specify how to interact with these options.  I am somewhat used to the normal Vue setup, of importing Vue, VueRouter and each individual component...
When attaching an instance of Vue to a HTML element, I can do in two ways.    By property reference, el:"#rooty" By method call, $mount("#rooty")   I can't decide between them. Are they precisely equivalent? If one is newer or obs...

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