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Vue $forceUpdate() Method


Definition and Usage

The built-in $forceUpdate() method forces a re-render of the Vue application.

Argument Description
none Default. The $forceUpdate() method does not accept any arguments.

Note: In normal cases, an element will be automatically included in Vue's reactivity system, and the Vue application will therefore re-render automatically when the element changes. But, in advanced cases when an element is marked explicitly as not part of the Vue reactivity system, the $forceUpdate() method can be used.


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