So far, we've only reviewed default component slots. Or, in other words, "take this bit of content, and insert it right there, as designated by the
slot tags. But what about when we require more control? A modal component is a perfect example of this. If you want to slot a header section in one place, and a footer section in another, named slots are exactly what you need.
View the source code for this example on GitHub.
Published on Dec 7th, 2016.
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