Join Justin Schwartzenberger for an in-depth discussion in this video Property binding, part of Angular 2 Essential Training (2016).
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- [Voiceover] Another way you can bind data…in templates with angular is through…property binding.…HTML elements have backing DOM properties…that track stayed on elements.…You can use angular's property binding syntax…to wire into those properties.…You do 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 let's add a text content property to the H tag,…which is a native DOM property…for tracking text content 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 H tag.…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 to evaluate an expression…for that property.…If we leave off the brackets…and switch back over to the browser,…we see that nothing gets rendered.…
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- Setting up an Angular template
- Creating a component
- Displaying data
- Working with events
- Using two-way data binding
- Creating a subcomponent
- Using the built-in HTTP module
- Using the built-in router module
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