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Implementing two-way binding

Implementing two-way binding: Angular2 for .NET Developers
Implementing two-way binding: Angular2 for .NET Developers

To show a component class property in the template and update that property when the user makes a change requires two-way binding. To specify two-way binding in Angular, we use the ngModel directive. We enclose ngModel in square brackets to show property binding from the class property to the input element, and parentheses to dend a notification of the user-entered data back to the class property. We demo this two-way binding between the search input box & the SEARCHING label.

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