Forms are an integral part of modern web applications. They allow us to receive input from users which we can then validate and act upon.
In this tutorial, I’m going to demonstrate how to work with forms in Vue. We’ll start off by creating a simple form and look at how to use two-way data binding to keep user input in sync with our data model. We’ll then take a look at modifiers, which allow us to change the browser’s default form-handling behavior, and filters, which allow us to format the output the user sees. We’ll finish off by implementing form validation using the VeeValidate plugin. Each section will be accompanied by a runnable CodePen demo.
By the time you’ve finished reading, you’ll have seen how easy Vue makes it to work with forms, and you’ll be able to implement all of these techniques in your own apps.