Understanding @Output and EventEmitter in Angular

  Read full article on the Infragistics blog Angular is based on a one-directional data flow and does not have two-way data binding. So, how do you get a component to emit an event to another component? In Angular, a component can emit an event using @Output and EventEmitter. Both are parts of the @angular/core. … Continue reading Understanding @Output and EventEmitter in Angular

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Communication Between Components Using @Input() in Angular

In Angular 2 a component can share data and information with another component by passing data or events. A component can be used inside another component, thus creating a component hierarchy. The component being used inside another component is known as the child component and the enclosing component is known as the parent component. Components … Continue reading Communication Between Components Using @Input() in Angular