Vue Load Local Json

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In this tutorial, we are going to learn about how to read and display the local JSONfile in a Vue app. Consider, we have this following users.json file in our vue.js app. We can read a (local) JSON file by importing it into the vue component and rendering the data into the dom by looping through it.

In the above code, we first imported the users.json file as usersData then assigned it to the users data property. At final, we loop through the users (json) data using v-for direcive and rendered it into the dom. Modified1 month ago. This is my first time using Vue.js.

I made this app which uses data that I manually added in the script.

  1. Now I would like to be able to add a JSON file from which it fetches the data, but I have no idea how I could do this.
  2. Below you can find my code.
  3. EDIT:My code now looks like this, but it now only returns {{ post.title }} etc.

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30611 gold badge55 silver badges1515 bronze badges. 55 silver badges1515 bronze badges. set that data inside a file called posts.json and import it as follows :.

and assign it to your postList in the mounted hook :. in your case you should use an AJAX api like axios. and your should include the following scripts :.

1414 gold badges105105 silver badges129129 bronze badges. 129129 bronze badges. To import a dynamic file path using Vue 2 you can use the import method inside methods like created or watch:.

Modified11 months ago. How to access JSON objects in the vue.js app I am new in this .

the JSON file is loaded and now I have to access the objects within it .

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Just assign the import to a data property . then loop through the myJson property in your template using v-for.

If the object you want to import is static i.e does not change then assigning it to a data property would make no sense as it does not need to be reactive. Vue converts all the properties in the data option to getters/setters for the properties to be reactive.

So it would be unnecessary and overhead for vue to setup getters/setters for data which is not going to change.

See Reactivity in depth. So you can create a custom option as follows:. then loop through the custom option in your template using $options:.

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In tsconfig.json:. Happy coding :). (Source https://www.typescriptlang.org/docs/handbook/compiler-options.html). 22 gold badges2828 silver badges4141 bronze badges. 4141 bronze badges.

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I have recently started working on a project using Vue JS, JSON Schema.

I am trying to access nested JSON Objects from a JSON Schema file in the Vue app. I tried the below code and now I can load different JSON objects inside different Vue template tags.In the script tag add the below code.

Now you can access JsonObject1,2 names in data section of export default part as below:. Now you can load the schema, schema1 data inside Vue template according to your requirement.

See below code for example :. SchemaForm is the local variable name for @formSchema/native library.

I have implemented the data of different JSON objects through forms in different CSS tabs. I hope this answer helps someone. I can help if there are any questions.

2323 bronze badges. In this Vue tutorial we learn how to work with data stored locally in a JSON file. We cover how to import and retrieve data from a custom local JSON file stored inside the application.

If you want to follow along with the examples in this lesson, you will need an app generated by the Vue CLI. If you already have one from a previous lesson, you can use it instead. An application may not always need a large external storage solution like Firebase.

If our application is small and doesn’t need a lot of data, or if we simply want to work with a large array, we can use a JSON file that’s stored locally on the same server as our app.

As an example, let’s create a new JSON file in/src/assets/users.json. And add the following four object literals to it.

To get data from a local JSON file, we need to import the file into the component where we want to process the data.

We do the import just like we would with a component, except the component name is replaced with whatever we want to call the data set.

tipA good way to avoid naming conflicts with component imports is to use camelCase for the name. For example:userDatainstead ofUserData.

Once the file is imported, we can assign it to a data property and then use the data property however we want, like looping through it to display the names in the template block.

If we save the file and take a look in the browser, all 4 names should show on the page.

For more information on the topics covered in this lesson, please see the relevant sections below.