If you are using Vue, you can use the hooks provided by @triplit/vue:

npm i @triplit/vue


The useQuery hook subscribes to the provided query inside your Vue component and will automatically unsubscribe from the query when the component unmounts.

The result of the hook is an object with the following properties:

  • results: A Map containing the results of the query, with entity ids as keys and entities as values.
  • fetching: A boolean that will be true initially, and then turn false when either the local fetch returns cached results or if there were no cached results and the remote fetch has completed.
  • fetchingLocal: A boolean indicating whether the query is currently fetching from the local cache.
  • fetchingRemote: A boolean indicating whether the query is currently fetching from the server.
  • error: An error object if the query failed to fetch.
  • updateQuery: A function that can be called to update the query.
<script setup lang="ts">
import { useQuery } from '@triplit/vue';
import Todo from './components/Todo.vue';
import { computed } from 'vue';
import { client } from './triplit';
const { fetching, results, error } = useQuery(client, client.query('todos'));
const todos = computed(() =>
  results.value ? [...results.value.values()] : []
    <span v-if="fetching">Loading...</span>
    <span v-else-if="error">Error: {{ error.message }}</span>
    <ul v-else>
        v-for="todo in todos"


The useConnectionStatus hook subscribes to changes to the connection status of the client and will automatically unsubscribe when the component unmounts.

<script lang="ts">
import { useConnectionStatus } from '@triplit/vue';
import { client } from './triplit';
const { connectionStatus } = useConnectionStatus(client);
    <span v-if="connectionStatus === 'OPEN'">🟢</span>
    <span v-else-if="connectionStatus === 'CLOSED'">🔴</span>
    <span v-else>🟡</span>