Dependency property binding not updating
XForms is not a free-standing document type, but is intended to be integrated into other markup languages, such as XHTML, ODF or SVG.
An XForms-based web form gathers and processes XML data using an architecture that separates presentation, purpose and content.
One caveat is that browser consoles format getter/setters differently when converted data objects are logged, so you may want to install vue-devtools for a more inspection-friendly interface.
Every component instance has a corresponding watcher instance, which records any properties “touched” during the component’s render as dependencies.
It will update in the next “tick”, when the queue is flushed.
Most of the time we don’t need to care about this, but it can be tricky when you want to do something that depends on the post-update DOM state.
It makes state management simple and intuitive, but it’s also important to understand how it works to avoid some common gotchas.
When you pass a plain Java Script object to a Vue instance as its option, Vue will walk through all of its properties and convert them to getter/setters using Object.define Property.
An XForm allows processing of data to occur using three mechanisms: Thus, XForms accommodates form component reuse, fosters strong data type validation, eliminates unnecessary round-trips to the server, offers device independence and reduces the need for scripting.W3C's role in making the Recommendation is to draw attention to the specification and to promote its widespread deployment.This enhances the functionality and interoperability of the Web.Although generally encourages developers to think in a “data-driven” fashion and avoid touching the DOM directly, sometimes it might be necessary to get your hands dirty.Please refer to the errata for this document, which may include normative corrections.