Why is data written this way in Vue?

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    What is the data object in parentheses for? Why can't you do this: data: {} or data: () = & gt; {}
    JavaScript Anonymous, Dec 19, 2019

  • 2 Answers
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    Within Vue, data is called as a function. Those. at the moment when vue is ready to access the data parameters there is a call like this:



    data ()



    Accordingly, direct access to data declared as an object ( data: {} ) will cause an error Uncaught TypeError: data is not a function.



    Now about the second option. data: () = & gt; {} - such a declaration implies that there will be some conditions inside the {} block.

    And after calling the data () function, vue expects to receive an object as a result.



    When using an arrow function, we are left with two options in essence:

    Short entry:

    data: () = & gt; ({param: 1}) // Returns an object

    Extended recording:

    data: () => {
    return {
    param: 1
    }
    }




    If you have a lot of unclear points, you can try reading this article
    Anonymous

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    Because the Vue docs even put it in a separate subsection: the data property in components should be a function that returns a data object .
    Anonymous

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