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Twin Cities .NET User Group Presentation Links 1

Twin Cities .NET User Group Presentation Links
Thanks everyone that could attend today, I hope it was informative and you learned something. Please leave me feedback if you have any! Couple links that you might find useful The Durandal.js / FluentKnockoutHelpers demo application (live): http://durandaldemo.apphb.com/   The source we went over (download it, mess around with it, send me some pull requests!): ...

Live Durandal.js demo application available now! 7

Live Durandal.js demo application available now!
I have posted a live copy of  a non-trival “Survey App” demo using Durandal.js, Knockout.js, and FluentKnockoutHelpers as an example of the various frameworks. I’ll be going though and extending this application at Twin Cities .NET User Group next week. Take a look and let me know what you think! Live Demo: http://durandaldemo.apphb.com (thanks AppHarbor!) This demo should give you a good ...

jQuery File Download v1.4.0 released with promise support 89

I’ve been neglecting jquery.fileDownload.js a little bit while working on my Durandal.js and FluentKnockoutHelpers demo but since that’s mostly wrapped up I have merged some pulls and added promise support to jQuery File Download. Promises make using the plugin a whole lot cleaner. If you haven’t used them yet start to they are awesome! Enjoy! ...

Twin Cities Code Camp 14 Deck and Demo 1

Thanks to everyone who was able to attend my presentation at Twin Cities Code Camp 14! Here is my slide deck for the presentation. All the code demoed can be found on GitHub here: http://github.com/johnculviner/FluentKnockoutHelpers. So far I believe it is the most comprehensive demo of Durandal.js available on the internet so far. Please let me ...

FluentKnockoutHelpers demo updated to use Durandal.js 4

Durandal.js just recently came out and so far it appears to be a simply awesome lightweight modular framework for creating single page JavaScript applications using pure Knockout goodness. I switched over the Survey App demo of FluentKnockoutHelpers to use Durandal.js. Its been fun learning to use: Durandal just feels very clean and ‘right’ so far! ...

New Experiment: Fluent Knockout Helpers

Over the past couple months I have grown addicted to using Knockout.js to quickly create highly interactive views using ASP.NET MVC and WebAPI. With this combination of tooling and a single page application approach I have found this pattern to be most efficient for me: MVC – Serves up the views containing markup, Knockout bindings, ...