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Directives

The following Directives can be added to your Templates and instruct Livewire how and when to update the Component.

wire:key

<div wire:key="foo"></div>
Define a key name foo for the element. This provides a reference point for the Livewire DOM diffing system. Useful for adding/removing elements and keeping track of lists.

wire:click

<button wire:click="foo">...</button>
Listens for a click event and invokes the foo Action.

wire:click.prefetch

<button wire:click.prefetch="foo">...</button>
Listens for a mouseEnter event and then prefetches the result of the foo Action. If the element is then clicked, it will swap in the prefetched result without any extra request. If it's not clicked, the cached results will be thrown away.

wire:keydown

<input wire:keydown="foo" type="text">
Listens for a keyDown event and invokes the foo Action.

wire:keydown.enter

<input wire:keydown.enter="foo" type="text">
Listens for a keyDown event when the user hits enter and invokes the foo Action.

wire:foo

<select wire:foo="bar"></select>
Listens for a foo event and invokes the bar Action.
You can listen to any JS event, not just those defined by Livewire.

wire:model

<input wire:model="foo" type="text">
Provided you have data[ "foo" ] defined in your Data Properties, this creates a one-to-one model binding. Any time the element is updated, the value is synchronized.

wire:model.debounce

<input wire:model.debounce.1s="foo" type="text">
<input wire:model.debounce.500ms="foo" type="text">
The same as wire:model="foo" except that all input events to the element will be debounced for the specified duration. Defaults to 150 milliseconds. Useful for reducing XHR background requests during user input. You can set the milliseconds value to any numeric value.

wire:model.defer

<input wire:model.defer="foo" type="text">
Creates a one-to-one model binding with data[ "foo" ] in your Data Properties but defers any XHR updates until an Action is performed. Useful for reducing XHR requests.

wire:model.lazy

<input wire:model.lazy="foo" type="text">
Creates a one-to-one model binding with data[ "foo" ] in your Data Properties but will not perform an XHR updates until an onBlur event is emitted. Useful for reducing XHR requests.
If your input field does not require immediate updating ( such as for instant form validation), we highly recommended you used the lazy modifier to reduce the number of XHR requests .

wire:poll

<div wire:poll></div>
<div wire:poll.5s></div>
<div wire:poll.5000ms></div>
<div wire:poll.5s="fooMethod"></div>
Performs an XHR request to re-render the elements based on a set interval. An interval can be specified in both seconds or milliseconds. You can also specify an Action that you want to invoke. See Polling

wire:init

<div wire:init="foo"></div>
Invokes the foo method on your Component immediately after it's rendered on the page.

wire:loading

<span wire:loading><img src="spinner.gif"></span>
Hides the HTML element by default and makes it visible when XHR requests are performed.

wire:loading.class

<div wire:loading.class="highlight"></div>
Adds the foo class to the HTML element while XHR requests are in transit.

wire:loading.class.remove

<div wire:loading.class.remove="highlight" class="highlight"></div>
Removes the foo class from the HTML element while XHR requests are in transit.

wire:loading.attr

<button wire:loading.attr="disabled">...</button>
Adds the disabled="true" attribute while XHR requests are in transit.

wire:dirty

Hides the HTML element by default and makes it visible when the element's state has changed since the latest XHR request.
<div wire:dirty="foo">...</div>

wire:dirty.class

<div wire:dirty.class="highlight">...</div>
Adds the foo class to the HTML element when the element's state has changed since the latest XHR request.

wire:dirty.class.remove

<div wire:dirty.class.remove="highlight" class="highlight">...</div>
Removes the foo class from the HTML element when the element's state has changed since the latest XHR request.

wire:dirty.attr

<button wire:dirty.attr="disabled">...</div>
Adds the disabled="true" attribute when the element's state has changed since the latest XHR request. Used in addition to wire:target.

wire:target

<button wire:dirty.attr="disabled" wire:target="foo">...</div>
Provides scoping for wire:loading and wire:dirty references, scoped to a specific Action.

wire:ignore

<div wire:ignore></div>
Instructs Livewire to not update the element or any child elements when updating the DOM. Useful when using third-party JavaScript libraries.

wire:ignore.self

<div wire:ignore.self></div>
Instructs Livewire to not update the element but DOES allow updates to any child elements when updating the DOM.

wire:offline

KeyDown Modifiers

To listen for specific keys on keydown events, you can provide the name of the key as a modifier. You can use any valid key names exposed via KeyboardEvent.key as modifiers by converting them to kebab-case.
Here is a quick list of some common ones you may need:
Native Browser Event
Livewire Modifier
Backspace
backspace
Escape
escape
Shift
shift
Tab
tab
ArrowRight
arrow-right
<input wire:keydown.page-down="foo">
In the above example, the foo Action on your CBWIRE component will only be called if event.key is equal to 'PageDown'.