What are custom directives?

Posted by Jennifer | Updated on

Custom Directives are tiny commands that you can attach to DOM elements. They are prefixed with v- to let the library know you’re using a special bit of markup and to keep syntax consistent. They are typically useful if you need low-level access to an HTML element to control a bit of behavior.

Let’s create a custom focus directive to provide focus on specific form element during page load time:

Now you can use v-focus directive on any element as below,


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