Mixins in Vue.js are a powerful way to compose and reuse component logic across different components. While basic mixins provide a way to share data and methods, advanced mixins allow you to achieve more complex component composition. In this guide, we'll explore how to use advanced mixins for component composition and provide sample code to demonstrate the process.

Sample Code

Let's create a Vue.js application with advanced mixins for component composition:

<div id="app">
data() {
return {
message: 'Hello from mixin!',
count: 0
methods: {
increment() {
Vue.component('my-component', {
template: '<div>{{ message }}</div>',
mixins: [messageMixin]
const app = new Vue({
el: '#app'

In this code:

  • We create a Vue component named `my-component` that will use an advanced mixin for component composition.
  • We define a global mixin that provides data and methods, including a `message` and a `count` variable, as well as an `increment` method.
  • We use the `mixins` option within the component to include the mixin's functionality, allowing the component to access the `message` and `count` variables and the `increment` method.