Learn how to create a debounced ref in Vue 3 using Composition API. Composition API offers a ref to create a reactive value. I want to show you how you can create a debounced ref that will update its value only after a specified delay.
Composition API offers a ref to create a reactive value. But what if we would like the state updated to be delayed? In this article we cover how to create a debounced ref.
With the introduction of Composition API, we got a new way of writing reactive logic, namely,
reactive methods. In this article, I want to show you how you can create a debounced ref that will update its value only after a specified delay. A denounced ref can be very useful, for example, if you have an input field with an autocomplete where an API request is made after the search query state changes.
Debouncing is a nice optimisation pattern, and without it, an API request would be made after every keystroke. Battering a server is not optimal, so let's get started.
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Learn how to use this.$emit, this.$attrs and more in the new Composition API, where you have no this instance in your Vue.js Components. However, that's not all. What happens with all instance properties we used to have, such as this.$emit, this.$slots, this.$attrs and so? They were on the this component instance, but there is no this in Composition API.