Working with v-model and forms

Vue allows design and manipulates forms elements fast and easy, this is the list of the most common task when we work with HTML forms.

Binding Input

Use: or v-bind into value property can help you to bind data into the HTML input or use the v-model directive.

<input type="text" :value="username"/> <input type="text" v-model="username"/>

Using modifiers .lazy, .number and .trim

Change the input value on the change event instead for each keystroke.

<input type="text" v-model.lazy="username"/>

Force the input cast his value to a number. <input type="text" v-model.number="age" />


Pick a list of checkboxes and store it into an array.

<input type="checkbox" value="lakers" v-model="adsList" /> <input type="checkbox" value="sixers" v-model="adsList"/>

Radio buttons

Show a few radio button options and only allow the user to pick one option.

<input type="radio" value="weekly" v-model="frecuency"/> <input type="radio" value="monthly" v-model="frecuency"/>


Get the selected value into a dropdown.

<select v-model="selectedAccount"> <option v-for="acc in accounts" :value="">{{acc.description}}</option> </select>

Submit Form

This is not part of the v-model but is a common task when we work with HTML forms, prevent submit forms to be processed with Vue.

<button @click.prevent="savePreferences">Save</button>

That’s all, now you have a starting point to handle your forms with Vue.