Difference between v-bind and v-model in Vue.js
This article covers the difference between v-model and v-bind in Vue.js. The following steps are used to explain their differences.
The v-model is a two-way binding which means if you change the input value, the bound data will be changed. The v-model directive is used to create two-way data bindings on form input, textarea, and select elements.
Output: This example means that if our data changes, our input too will change, and if our input changes, our data changes too.
The v-bind is called one-way binding which means it binds our data one way. It can also be used to bind HTML attributes. This example shows a one-way data-binding using our style element using v-bind.
Below are differences between v-model and v-bind
V-MODEL V-BIND v-model can be changed or assigned. v-bind can only be assigned. v-model is a two-way binding. v-bind is a one-way binding. v-model is used for binding form elements like inputs, radio buttons, textarea, checkboxes. It is used for binding data, attributes, expressions, class, styles.