Handling User Input

Since WebComp components' architecture is virtually the same as React's, you can handle interactions in the similar way:

class SuperInput extends WebComponent {
handleChange = (e) => {
this.setState({
email: e.target.value,
});
}
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render() {
return <input name="email" onInput={this.handleChange} />;
}
}

Linked State

WebComp also provides convenient linkState method on a component which you can use to manage simple inputs:

class SuperInput extends WebComponent {
render() {
return <input name="email" onInput={this.linkState('email')} />;
}
}

Optionally, you can provide a second path argument to explicitly provide a dot-notated path to the new state value for more custom bindings.