How to use the dotnetify.vue function in dotnetify

To help you get started, we’ve selected a few dotnetify examples, based on popular ways it is used in public projects.

github dsuryd / dotNetify / DevApp / client / app / views / DataFlow.js View on Github external
created() {
    this.vm = dotnetify.vue.connect('MasterDetails.MasterList', this);
  },
  destroyed() {
github dsuryd / dotNetify / DevApp / client / app / views / DataFlow.js View on Github external
created() {
    this.vm = dotnetify.vue.connect('MasterDetails.Details', this);
  },
  destroyed() {
github dsuryd / dotNetify / DevApp / client / app / views / examples / vue / adapters / RenderVue.js View on Github external
componentDidMount() {
		dotnetify.vue.router.$mount('.example-root.vue', this.props.src, this.props.htmlAttrs);
	}
github dsuryd / dotNetify / DevApp / client / app / views / Overview.js View on Github external
created() {
        this.vm = dotnetify.vue.connect('RealTimePush', this);
      },
      destroyed() {
github dsuryd / dotNetify / DevApp / client / app / views / Overview.js View on Github external
componentDidMount() {
    this.app = new Vue(
      dotnetify.vue.component(
        {
          name: 'TwoWayBinding',
          template: `
          <div>
            <div>{{state.Greetings}}</div>
            <input type="text" v-model="state.Name" />
          </div>
        `
        },
        'TwoWayBinding',
        { watch: [ 'Name' ] }
      )
    );
    this.app.$mount('#TwoWayBindingVue');
  }
  componentWillUnmount() {