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Vue Tip: Debug Computed Properties

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We can debug computed properties by passing computed() a second options object with two callbacks:

  • onTrack will be called when a reactive property or ref is tracked as a dependency.
  • onTrigger will be called when the watcher callback is triggered by the mutation of a dependency.

Both callbacks will receive debugger events in the same format as component debug hooks:

1<script setup>
2const count = ref(0)
4const plusOne = computed(() => count.value + 1, {
5  onTrack(e) {
6    // Triggered when count.value is tracked as a dependency
7    debugger
8  },
9  onTrigger(e) {
10    // Triggered when count.value is mutated
11    debugger
12  },
15// access plusOne, should trigger onTrack
18// mutate count.value, should trigger onTrigger

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