In my previous post, I was talking about how to implement events from Angular 1
in Angular 2. But in the snippet of code that I use as example we can find
another thing that not exist in Angular 2:
I start defining the problem. We can have a directive or Angular 1 component like that:
If we want to migrate this code to Angular 2 we find a trouble: the new Angular
scope, so it don’t have
$watch. How we can watch a directive
attribute? The solution is the set syntax from ES6.
The set syntax binds an object property to a function to be called when there is an attempt to set that property.
So we can bind the input for a component to a function that do the same as the