An HTML content command that makes it host element a control for removing items of a bound-repeat on the same Screen. The host element will then do the same thing as the removal button in
bound-repeat's own controls: removes an item from the Collection when the element is clicked. However, unlike with bound-repeat's own button, the removed item can only be the first or last item of the Collection, as defined by the
bound-repeat-remove-last secondary attribute.
The primary attribute expression of
bound-repeat-remove is expected to match the
bound-repeat-name value of a
bound-repeat on the same Screen, defining the repeat and its Collection that this clickable host element will then be modifying.
|Defines whether the first or last item of the Collection is removed. Should the resolved value be |
If not defined, value of