It’s a simple concept in Vue development, but the true powers of v-model take some time to understand. By the end of this tutorial, you’ll know all the different use cases for Vue v-model and learn how to use it in your own projects.
Let’s get coding. As we were just discussing, Vue v-model is a directive that we can use in template code.
In the case of v-model, it tells Vue that we want to create a two-way data binding between a value in our template and a value in our data properties.
A common use case for using v-model is when designing forms and inputs.
A directive that is commonly switched up with v-model is the v-bind directive.
The difference between the two is that v-model provides two-way data binding.