mimic-into: (selector) [every (time)] [after (time)];
Non-variable data-binding! It is not a full replacement for data-binding variables but is very simple to set up and might suit your needs. See the variables documentation if you want actual data-binding. This "mimic-into" command works on the browser page title as well, if you need that, as that isn't something data-binding can do.
This command dynamically copies the contents of a target selector into a specified element. The concept is to "mimic the contents of one area into the contents of another area". It is always a one-way flow, but you can set up two-way "binding" by just setting up the action in the opposite element.
Try out the examples below - they are not hard to understand once you get the idea of one thing changing another thing.
This command inserts the contents from the target selector into either the value of the element (for inputs and textareas), or the innerText property (for other elements). If you want to update something from an input field, you can trigger it with the "input" event as per the examples below.