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How to Use Angular @Input to Pass Data to Dynamically Created Components

by Brian Treese4mFebruary 27th, 2024
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Angular 16 allows you to pass data between dynamically created components from the parent to the child. Previously, we had to provide the info in the parent and then inject it within the child component. Now, we can do this using the `@Input` decorator instead.
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Hello I'm the Chief of UX at SoCreate. I build things for the web daily & write about the stuff I use/discover/encounter

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