Editing code dirrectly in browser (WebKit)

May be some people already know this feature, but I was discovered it only today. A lot of JS debugging bring some benefits and today I found possibility to edit code and save it on disk with Google Chrome (or any other WebKit based browser). Hope this will simplify some debugging tasks for you. See … Continue reading Editing code dirrectly in browser (WebKit)

Fornt-end with Knockout.js, require.js and TypeScript

Let's talk about how to correctly organize front-end with Knockout.js require.js and TypeScript. The problem If we will read TypeScript handbook we will find a lot information about how to load modules with AMD and require.js, and everywhere in samples we will find something like this But in real application we always have some folder … Continue reading Fornt-end with Knockout.js, require.js and TypeScript

Knockout.js components. What they are and what they are not

What are components? Some time ago Knockout.js team released new feature - components. This feature allows developer to build some custom components that will have it's own view and logic. Registration of component looks almost like binding registration The example below looks very similar to definition of user control in technologies like WPF/Silverlight or even … Continue reading Knockout.js components. What they are and what they are not