Nishu Goel

Want your components to share information? Yes, they can!
Say you have two components, a parent component (PC) and a child component (CC) and you want the data to move from the parent component to the child component or vice versa, you use COMPONENT COMMUNICATION/INTERACTION.

There are multiple ways to achieve that. This article focuses on the use of @Input() to receive the data from the PC to CC.

@Input decorator is used to pass data from parent to child component. Now suppose we have created two components:
app.component.ts and child.component.ts

Here, we have decorated the message property with the @Input() decorator so that value of the message property can be set from the parent component.


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