One of the primary functions of an application is to respond to user interactions using events. In Angular, we use DOM events. In order to invoke code in response to the execution of an event in an Angular application, we want to use Event Binding. Event Binding allows us to provide a template statement that should be executed when the bound event is invoked.

The syntax for an Angular Event Binding is as follows:


//your code goes here

Simply wrap the DOM event name in open/close parenthesis and set the value equal to a method you define in your component class.

For a list of common event names, see the angular event documentation.

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