In this article, I will demonstrate how we can create sample CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations using ASP.NET, Web API2, and Knockout.js. I hope you will like this.
First, you must have Visual Studio 2015 (.NET Framework 4.5.2) and a SQL Server.
1. Declarative bindings: This is a convenient way to bind the HTML to the data model. When we try to manipulate the DOM with the declarative binding, all the bounded elements remain connected.
Here we are going to see how we can implement some basic validations using Knockout.js. As we mentioned in the headline, we are going to create validation demos in two manners.
Without using any plugins, our own custom way.
Using an existing plugin, the easy way.
If you are totally new to Knockout.js, I strongly recommend you read my previous post here, where I have shared some basics of Knockout.js. We will be using Visual Studio for our development. I hope you will like this. Now let’s begin.
In this post, we are going to create an MVC CRUD application with the help of Knockout JS. We will be using SQL database and Visual Studio for our development. If you are new to MVC, I strongly recommend you to read my previous post about MVC here. Now let’s begin.
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MVC CRUD Actions Using KnockoutJS
Introduction to Knockout JS