Angular has removed a core feature from its framework, which was one main reason for the birth of AngularJS, that is, two-way binding. So, two way binding is not available by default. Now, let's see how to implement a two-way binding in Angular.
Angular combined property and event binding for us to implement two-way binding, as shown in the following line of code:
The code snippet shows that ngModel is wrapped with parentheses and then with square brackets. The parentheses indicate that the component property is tied up with the ngChange event, and the square brackets indicate that the component property is assigned to a value property of the input element. So, when the value of the input ...