import Checkbox from '@ember/component/checkbox';
The internal class used to create text inputs when the
helper is used with
See Ember.Templates.helpers.input for usage details.
Direct manipulation of
checked attribute of an
Checkbox object should always be set
through the Ember object or by interacting with its rendered element
representation via the mouse, keyboard, or touch. Updating the value of the
checkbox via jQuery will result in the checked value of the object and its
element losing synchronization.
Layout and LayoutName properties
input elements are self closing
properties will not be applied.
Called when the element of the view has been inserted into the DOM. Override this function to do any set up that requires an element in the document body.
When a view has children, didInsertElement will be called on the child view(s) first and on itself afterwards.
Called when the attributes passed into the component have been updated. Called both during the initial render of a container and during a rerender. Can be used in place of an observer; code placed here will be executed every time any attribute updates.
Called after a component has been rendered, both on initial render and in subsequent rerenders.
Called when the component has updated and rerendered itself. Called only during a rerender, not during an initial render.
Called when the attributes passed into the component have been changed. Called only during a rerender, not during an initial render.
Called when the view is about to rerender, but before anything has been torn down. This is a good opportunity to tear down any manual observers you have installed based on the DOM state
Called when the element of the view is going to be destroyed. Override this function to do any teardown that requires an element, like removing event listeners.
Please note: any property changes made during this event will have no effect on object observers.
Called when a view is going to insert an element into the DOM.
Called before a component has been rendered, both on initial render and in subsequent rerenders.
Called when the component is about to update and rerender itself. Called only during a rerender, not during an initial render.