Getting Started with Knockout.js for .NET Developers

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Learn
  • Work with observable arrays, special bindings, and computed observables
  • Create a model in C# and connect it with the MVVM structure in JavaScript
  • Integrate the Knockout.js library into ASP.NET applications
  • Configure tmux and customize it for your needs
  • Migrate your entire business logic to the server side with Knockout MVC
  • Understand and use basic MVVM concepts such as declarative bindings and observable properties
  • Discover special Knockout.js concepts such as regions, complex bindings, combined contexts, and more
  • Leverage the key features of Knockout.js such as declarative bindings, templating, and dependency tracking in ASP.NET applications
About

Knockout MVC is a library for ASP.NET MVC that helps developers to move their entire business logic to the server.

With practical and accessible guidance, you will learn the skills necessary to successfully create Knockout.js-based applications of varying complexity.

Beginning with a vital overview of Knockout.js, including the MVVM design pattern, you will create a simple but powerful application capable of integrating with ASP.NET MVC as well as gain a thorough understanding of the Knockout MVC library. From this starting point, you will explore great advanced features that can be used in pure Knockout.js applications and server ASP.NET MVC logic, such as regions and complex bindings, as well as how to use the MVMM design pattern to create powerful sites separating the model, logic, and view layers.

Features
  • Create complex cross-browser web applications the easy way
  • Separate UI code from business logic with the Model View ViewModel (MVVM) pattern
  • Build a powerful client-side application step by step with Knockout MVC
Page Count 188
Course Length 5 hours 38 minutes
ISBN 9781783984008
Date Of Publication 26 May 2015

Authors

Andrey Akinshin

Andrey Akinshin has a PhD in computer science, and he received a Microsoft MVP award in 2015. He works as a lead .NET Developer at Perpetuum Software and as a postdoctoral research fellow at the Weizmann Institute of Science. He is also the author and main contributor of the Knockout MVC library and has a wealth of experience in Knockout.js. He has experience in various IT areas, from competitive programming (silver medal at ACM ICPC 2009) to teaching (senior lecturer and the school coach of competitive programming and mathematics teams).

You can find more information about Andrey on his home page, http://aakinshin.net.