In Vue.js, using filters directly inside a v-for loop in the manner you’ve described isn’t directly supported. Filters are intended for use in interpolations ({{ }}) or within v-bind expressions, but they’re not meant to be used directly within v-for.

However, there are alternative approaches to achieve the desired functionality inside a v-for loop.

Using Computed Properties:

One way to limit the number of items displayed in a v-for loop is by using a computed property to limit the number of items in the array before rendering the template.

     <li v-for="(item, index) in limitedItems" :key="index">
       {{ item }}
export default {
 data() {
   return {
     items: ['Item 1', 'Item 2', 'Item 3', 'Item 4', 'Item 5'],
     limit: 3,
 computed: {
   limitedItems() {
     return this.items.slice(0, this.limit);

In this example, limitedItems is a computed property that returns a subset of items based on the specified limit. The v-for loop iterates over limitedItems, which contains the limited number of items based on the computed property.

Using Methods:


    • {{ item }}




Here, the limitArray method is used within the v-for loop to limit the number of items displayed. The method takes the array items and the desired limit as parameters and returns a subset of the array based on the specified limit.

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