# Dynamic Modules


Before you read this secion, it is advised that you understand how dynamic module registration works

Modules can be registered dynamically simply by passing a few properties into the @Module decorator, but an important part of the process is, we first create the store, and then pass the store to the module.

# Step 1: Create the Store

// @/store/index.ts
import Vuex from 'vuex'

const store = new Vuex.Store({
  Ideally if all your modules are dynamic
  then your store is registered initially
  as a completely empty object

# Step 2: Create the Dynamic Module

// @/store/modules/MyModule.ts
import store from '@/store'
import {Module, VuexModule} from 'vuex-module-decorators'

@Module({dynamic: true, store, name: 'mm'})
export default class MyModule extends VuexModule {
  Your module definition as usual


As of now, we do not support dynamic + nested modules.


Make sure your imports/requires are ordered in such a way that the store definition is executed before the module class is created.

It is important for the store to exist, and be passed into the @Module decorator for the module to get registered dynamically