@Input decorator rather than the
inputs property of
See more at https://angular.io/styleguide#style-05-12.
- It is easier and more readable to identify which properties in a class are inputs.
- If you ever need to rename the property name associated with
@Input, you can modify it in a single place.
- The metadata declaration attached to the directive is shorter and thus more readable.
- Placing the decorator on the same line usually makes for shorter code and still easily identifies the property as an input.