In this lesson, we see how the
x-model directive makes achieving "two-way data binding" effortless in Alpine JS.
We see what it would take to recreate the same functionality with an
x-bind directive for the input value, as well as an
@input event listener which, thanks to an access to the browser's native events via the
$event magic property, sets the state value to
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