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tweet: "How to use components in Angular 2"
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In Angular 2, Components are the main way we build and specify elements and logic on the page.
In Angular 1, we achieved this through directives, controllers, and scope. In Angular 2, all those concepts
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Components are the core of an Angular 2 app but most developers need to know how to pass data into components to dynamically configure them.
#### `@Input`
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tweet: "Lifecycle of an Angular 2 App"
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Angular apps go through a multi-stage bootstrap and lifecycle process, and we can
respond to various events as our app starts, runs, and creates/destroys components.
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If you want to bind to particular event, you can use the new [Event syntax](/events) in Angular 2, but what if you need your own custom event?
To create a custom event, we can use the new `@Output` decorator. Take the following component:

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