Angular Node Bind
Utilities to allow Angular templates to use
NodeBindDirective lets you use Node.bind() in an Angular app. This means
that you can bind to custom elements, including Polymer elements. The
bindings are declared by expressions in attribute values surrounded by
double-square-brackets, like so:
<input value="[[ name ]]">
This declares that the expression
name should be bound to the
value property of the element using
Node.bind(). The advantages of using
- Node.bind() takes care of setting up the binding, including two-way bindings, eliminating the need for directives for every property for two-way bindings.
- Custom elements that expose properties will be properly bound, again including two-way bindings. You can use the growing collection of custom element libraries in your Angular app.