Getting Started with : Important Details. # Inheritance. Reference App; Welcome; Manage Things. Credits; Demo Mode. The stack versions provide + + + in a single file.

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If you have some production quality transitions that you’d like to submit to the library, please let me know.

Main benefit of Knockback. Do you have any experience with Knockback in production?

Getting Started with Knockback.js: Knockback.js Basics

I think you should mention the dependencies here: Can the person s who downvoted this knocjback explain the downvotes? What are the advantages of Knockback. Knockback uses Backbone’s models and collections, and this means that all the serialization features we all love are still there! If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help centerplease edit the question. Unfortunately Nkockback can’t comment on backbone as I haven’t used beyond tutorials, someone else might be able to assist though.


When an element is created, Knockback binds Knockout’s dispose node callback:. Backbone to the rescue! The tutorials are exceptional. You don’t need to have the a single class rendering data and processing logic also. Anyway, the success of production systems has more to do with the quality of the developer. If you would like to have great transition animations between your panes or pages, you need to expose add them to the kb.


The bloat of dependencies that comes with Knockback is pretty rough though, especially on mobile.

Getting Started: Basics

Then, I discovered Knockout and knew it was for me! PageNavigatorPanes This component provides a page navigator with history and optional transition animations.

And if this is not good for your application you can always opt to build a custom Backbone.

Mihai Oprea 1, 3 17 Im proper use of tools Too often, in a large Backbone application you find yourself building up views with too much logic in them, almost always requiring sub-state management. We’ve made the jump into knockoutJS hoping it will be a sustainable solution.

Views’ settings Following MVVM principles where a ViewModel is the “View’s Model”, and therefore owns its own knodkback and methods which are then reflected in the View itself, Knockback ViewModels can add View setting and control properties, which are not and should not be!

Is knockback the best of both? What does this allow?

Getting Started: Important Details

Another option of data binding: Kototama on Sept 2, Must stop skim reading questions! Todd on Sept 2, However backbone seems to be better adopted and more mature. If you do not use Knockback. I also like what I’m seeing with Angular.


Dependencies Knockback requires Knockout. Views Controllers Proper separation between: So the question is “is ,nockback going to be a long term supportable solution?

Notes Serialization As you probably know, Backbone is known to have a fantastic syncing system built as close as possible to the RESTful pattern. It is a lot more clear from the description on https: Knockout is great for syncing between the client and server, and does history and routing well.

If you consider localized labels as observed properties, then you can understand how Knockback provides internationalization to your applications.

If you consider, in Backbone. And from what I know of it’s creator Steve Sanderson, I don’t see a problem with using it.

It is meant for getting up and running quickly in non-require, client side versions if you use require, just require each module separately. Too often, in a large Backbone application you find yourself building up views with too much logic in them, almost always requiring sub-state management.