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MVC + Knockoutjs = Client side MVVM bliss

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Knockoutjs is a small Javascript library with great power. It enables you to use the MVVM pattern in Javascript. Controls in HTML can be bound to properties in a Javascript object in a two way manner. MVC enables you to get data easily from the server. Synchronously or asynchronously. This combination creates powerful results with a minimum of code on the client side and also very maintainable code. In this code-centered session I'll show you the basics and best practices of Knockoutjs and show you a real world example that uses MVC/Knockoutjs.
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  • again, Freaking Dutch and no sign that the talk is in Dutch. At least write the description in Dutch so that people know it is not in World's language.

  • MarkMark

    Don't worry... it wasn't that exciting after all...

  • @Tugberk:Thanks for the heads-up.  I was just about to download it.  But I don't speak freaky-deaky dutch.   Big Smile

  • BlackunknownBlackunknown

    As someone which has been there in the room I can tell you this was a useless session. If you follow the first tutorial you see for knockout.js you will already know the content of this session.

  • Hey, if those sneaky English had not stolen New Amsterdam in Manhattan from the Dutch who were there first, you might have spoken Dutch instead of English Smiley

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