We're starting with an empty view component. Let's add an attribute called checked. In our component, let's add a check box and add v model checked. For the label, let's just create a ternary. If checked, display the string checked, else, unchecked.
For radio boxes, let's add a dino array and an attribute for chosen dino to our data block. In the component, let's create a template and list out dinos. Each one will have an input of type radio. Let's bind the value to dino and set v model equal to chosen dino. Then let's add a span to show our chosen dino.
For multi-select, let's add a select periods attribute and a periods array. We'll open a select element and set v model equal to selected periods. Then, let's iterate through the periods setting v bind value to period.value and we'll display the name. Let's create another span to show the selected periods.
Now let's set the attribute single to an empty string and create a simple input field and set v model to the attribute single. After, let's render single in a paragraph tag.
What about a multi-line input? Let's add an attribute for message, then a text area with v model set to message. We'll add a placeholder for fun. To render the message as multi-line, let's create a paragraph with its style attributes set to white space pre and render the message inside of it.