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Hey gang, in this Vue JS tutorial I’ll show you how to create multiple Vue instances and how they can interact with each other.

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12 COMMENTS

  1. I have an issue where Vuex.mapState tries to find the store state in the wrong Vue instance. It's a special case where I need two Vue instances that sometimes run on the same page. Considering changing all Vuex.mapState variables to just using store.state instead

  2. Yes vuejs gives us this possibilitybut i couldnt get the benefit of using multiple instances. In other words, When exactly do we use it?

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