In this video, learn how to use the Angular template syntax to bind logic to a DOM element property.
- [Instructor] Another way you can bind data … in templates with Angular is through property binding. … HTML elements have backing dom properties … that track state on elements. … You can use Angular's property binding syntax … to wire into those properties. … You go this with a specific syntax. … A pair of square brackets around a property name … on an element. … And you set these equal to a template expression. … Following the same rules as you do for interpolation. … So in the media-item.component.html file, … let's add a textContent property to the Htag … which is a native dom property for tracking … textContent in an element. … Then we surround it with square brackets … and set it equal to the name expression context property. … Now we can remove the interpolation statement … from within the Htag. … And when we switch over to the browser … we see we have the same result. … Using the property binding syntax of the square brackets, … tells Angular that you want it to evaluate an expression …
- What is Angular?
- Working with components
- Binding events and properties
- Getting data to components
- Using directives and pipes
- Creating Angular forms
- Validating form data
- How Angular does dependency injection
- Making HTTP calls
- Styling components
Skill Level Intermediate
Angular: Building an Interfacewith Ray Villalobos2h 20m Intermediate
1. Architecture Overview
3. Directives and Pipes
5. Dependency Injection and Services
8. Styling Components
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