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Two-way binding is simple and enables a wide range of applications by automatically requiring that some value in the DOM is always consistent with some React state.

In React, the bind() method is used to give data as an argument to the function of a class-based component's function.

Data sharing between a component class and its template is referred to as two-way data binding. If you alter data in one spot, the opposite end will instantly reflate. If you alter the value of an input box, for example, the attached property in a component class will be updated as well.

Data sharing between a component class and its template is referred to as "two-way data binding." If you make a change to the data in one area, it will automatically reflate in the other. If you alter the value of an input box, for example, the attached property in a component class will likewise be updated.

bind(something) creates a new function in which all references to it refer to something else. This saves the current value of this, which is in scope during the function Object() { [native code] } call, so that it can be utilised later when the function is called.

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