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[Vue.js] Bound image source in Vue not displaying image

there is a vue.js component which is taking an object as a prop from the main App.

to access a property in that object which contains the url to the image source.

The url changes correctly. If, for example, the object’s ‘image’ property is ‘../assets/image.png’ then the src=”” will point to the correct path but nothing will show.

If I put the url in the image src manually ‘../assets/image.png’, the image displays no problem. But it to be dynamic.

<img :src=”object.image” :alt=’’>

.name displays fine, but .image comes up with no image, even if the path is correct.

Solution :

You need to use require to make Webpack resolved the path correctly

<img :src=”getImage(object.image)” :alt=’’>

methods: {
getImage(path) {
return require(path)

Solution 2:

It is a common issue that people use Vue. The problem is that webpack does not correctly format the binded object because expression in v-bind is executed at runtime, webpack aliases at compile time, to do that you can use webpacks require() function

methods: {
getImgUrl(imgName) {
return require(‘../assets/‘+imgName)
data () {
return {
object: {
image: ‘image.png’

In the template, you can get the image src as

<img :src=”getImgUrl(object.image)” :alt=”object.image”>