Nueva pestaña. The "with" binding. Purpose The with binding creates a new binding context, so that descendant elements are bound in the context of a specified object. Of course, you can arbitrarily nest with bindings along with the other control-flow bindings such as if and foreach. Example 1 Here is a very basic example of switching the binding context to a child object. Notice that in the data-bind attributes, it is not necessary to prefix latitude or longitude with coords., because the binding context is switched to coords.
Example 2 This interactive example demonstrates that: The with binding will dynamically add or remove descendant elements depending on whether the associated value is null/undefined or not If you want to access data/functions from parent binding contexts, you can use special context properties such as $parent and root. Try it out: Source code: View Source code: View model Parameters Main parameter The object that you want to use as the context for binding descendant elements.
Example: The <! Dependencies. Binding context. Breeze.js EntityManager not detecting changes. Save changes. The code snippets on this page are drawn from the Breeze Todo Sample App and from the basicTodoTests module of the DocCode teaching tests. The Todo sample App doesn’t have a save button. It saves changes as you add new items, update descriptions, check the “done” box, archive the completed Todos, and tick “Mark all as complete”. Create, update, and delete operations are all represented. Clicking “Mark all as complete” saves multiple updates in one transaction bundle. Here’s one way to save using the EntityManager.saveChanges method: Checking for the presence of changes with hasChanges()  was optional; Breeze won’t try to save if there is nothing to save. The save process The EntityManager collects every entity with a pending change into a change-set. A save is an async operation, like any other service operation, so the method returns a promise – a promise to report the outcome of the save.
After the save If the save fails, the contents of the cache are unchanged. Id Fixup Offline Notes. How can I save a single entity with EntityManager's saveChanges() method. Multiple managers. Many applications need only one EntityManager. Some applications should have more than one EntityManager. This topic explains when multiple managers are advantageous and how to create multiple managers when you need them. The single manager app Many applications will never need more than one EntityManager.
All application views can share the same EntityManager and its cache of entities. The federated app Your application may have several "islands of functionality" that operate semi-autonomously. In this architecture, each "island" typically has its own EntityManager with its own cache of domain model entities. The "Sandbox Editor" The single manager is fine when every view - whether of the whole app or within an island - should see the same entities in exactly the same state. Suppose the application displays an alphabetical list of customers in a Customer List View.
The user clicks on "Acme" and is shown a Customer Detail View. The application has only one EntityManager. Some observations. People.engr.ncsu.edu/ermurph3/papers/msr13.pdf. Knockout : Home. 0 - Bootstrapping. Loading... In this step of the tutorial, you will become familiar with the most important source code files of the AngularJS Phonecat App. You will also learn how to start the development servers bundled with angular-seed, and run the application in the browser. Before you continue, make sure you have set up your development environment and installed all necessary dependencies, as described in the Environment Setup section.
In the angular-phonecat directory, run this command: git checkout -f step-0 This resets your workspace to step 0 of the tutorial app. You must repeat this for every future step in the tutorial and change the number to the number of the step you are on. If you haven't already done so, you need to install the dependencies by running: npm install To see the app running in a browser, open a separate terminal/command line tab or window, then run npm start to start the web server.
You can now see the page in your browser. The HTML page that displays "Nothing here yet! " <! SPA. Hot Towel Spa (VS 2012) extension. AmplifyJS - A Component Library for jQuery. Modernizr: the feature detection library for HTML5/CSS3. SPA JumpStart – Beginning SPA – Part 1. It’s almost here! I can feel the end approaching for my new beginner level SPA JumpStart course for Pluralsight (hooray!). I think you’re going to enjoy it as much as I enjoyed creating it! I am targeting for it be available mid March 2013. This course fits in nicely to jumpstart SPA development and get you moving quickly and efficiently. For now, here is a quick video I compiled to demonstrate just a small piece of what you will be able to build after watching my new SPA JumpStart course. Approach to My Existing Intermediate Level SPA Course And now for some background context … When I set out to record my intermediate level SPA course, I purposefully demonstrated how to create all of the code, why I went town those paths, and hand crafted much of the code.
This approach was arguably successful, and somewhat unconventional. Approach to My New SPA JumpStart SPA Course I cover tools in my new SPA JumpStart course that handle most of my data management and view and viewmodel composition. SPA. Hot Towel Spa (VS 2012) extension. Announcing release of ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2 Update. I’m excited to announce the final release of the ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2 update. This update is a free download for Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5, and adds some great additional features to both ASP.NET and Visual Studio. Today’s update makes no changes to the existing ASP.NET runtime, and so it is fully compatible with your existing projects and development environment. Whether you use Web Forms, MVC, Web API, or any other ASP.NET technology, there is something in this update for you.
Summary Scott. And Web Tools 2012.2 Release Notes. This document describes the release of ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2. It is an update to Visual Studio Web Tooling and ASP.NET. Installation Notes ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2 for Visual Studio 2012 can be installed using Web Platform installer. This is an update to Visual Studio 2012 or Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web, which is required. If you do not have Visual Studio installed, Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web will be installed.
You can also install ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2 manually. You must have Visual Studio 2012 or Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web installed. Download ASP.NET and Web Frameworks 2012.2 installer from Download Center. If you see the menu item "About Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 for Web" then download Web Developer Tools 2012.2 - Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web. NOTE: ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2 release does not include SQL Server Data Tools.
Documentation Support ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2 is officially released and supported. Software Requirements.