K.A. Holt

ISBN: 9781452163581 | 288 pages | 8 Mb


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Knockout K.A. Holt
Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

Knockout : The "template" binding In this example, the person-template markup is used twice: once for buyer , and once for seller . Notice that the template markup is wrapped in a — the dummy type attribute is necessary to ensure that the markup is not executed as JavaScript, and Knockout does not attempt to apply bindings to that  
Knockout : The "disable" binding The "disable" binding. Purpose. The disable binding causes the associated DOM element to be disabled only when the parameter value is true . This is useful with form elements like input , select , and textarea . This is the mirror image of the enable binding. For more information, see documentation for the enable binding,  
Knockout : The "click" binding Note 1: Passing a “current item” as a parameter to your handler function. When calling your handler, Knockout will supply the current model value as the first parameter. This is particularly useful if you're rendering some UI for each item in a collection, and you need to know which item's UI was clicked. For example, 
Knockout : Observables Observables. Knockout is built around three core features: Observables and dependency tracking; Declarative bindings; Templating. On this page, you'll learn about the first of these three. But before that, let's examine the MVVM pattern and the concept of a view model.
Knockout | Define Knockout at Dictionary.com Knockout definition, an act or instance of knocking out. See more.
Knockout : The "submit" binding The "submit" binding. Purpose. The submit binding adds an event handler so that your chosen JavaScript function will be invoked when the associated DOM element is submitted. Typically you will only want to use this on form elements. When you use the submit binding on a form, Knockout will prevent the browser's default 
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Gene knockout - Wikipedia A gene knockout (abbreviation: KO) is a genetic technique in which one of an organism's genes is made inoperative However, KO can also refer to the gene that is knocked out or the organism that carries the gene knockout. Knockout organisms or simply knockouts are used to study gene function, usually by investigating