A detailed description of working with JET elements and classes in your typescript project can be found at:
JET Typescript Usage.
Use <oj-bind-dom> to render HTML content and activate optional bindings that will have access to a set of data properties.
Note that the <oj-bind-dom> element will be removed from the DOM
after bindings are applied. For slotting, applications need to wrap the oj-bind-dom element
inside another HTML element (e.g. <span>) with the slot attribute. The oj-bind-dom element does not support
the slot attribute.
Note, the oj-bind-dom element does not validate HTML input provided by an application for integrity or
security violations. It is the application's responsibility to sanitize the input to prevent unsafe content
from being added to the page.