# Scroll directive

The v-scroll directive allows you to provide callbacks when the window, specified target or element itself (with .self modifier) is scrolled.

# Usage

The default behavior is to bind to the window. If no additional configuration options are needed, you can simply pass your callback function.

# API

# Examples

# Options

# Self

v-scroll targets the window by default but can also watch the element it’s being bound to. In the following example we use the self modifier, v-scroll.self, to watch the v-card element specifically. This causes the method onScroll to invoke as you scroll the card contents; incrementing the counter.

# Target

For a more fine tuned approach, you can designate the target to bind the scroll event listener.

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