New Pluralsight Course on MVVM, JavaScript Patterns and KnockoutJS | John Papa

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New Pluralsight Course on MVVM, JavaScript Patterns and KnockoutJS

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My latest course Building HTML5 and JavaScript Apps with MVVM and Knockout is now available at Pluralsight! Learn how to build robust and maintainable Web applications with JavaScript patterns, MVVM, and KnockoutJS

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Course Description:

Do you write a lot of HTML, JavaScript, and jQuery to push and pull data? Does your JavaScript seem to lack the structure and patterns of your non script code? In this course you will learn popular techniques to use data binding to bind your data to your target controls in HTML writing less code, but gaining more power. See how to consume json data, use json objects in JavaScript, and use declarative binding all by using the KnockoutJS JavaScript library. Learn how the XAML data binding paradigm has been brought to the web world with observable objects, change notifications, subscriptions, and 2 way bindings. Explore modern JavaScript patterns and practices that follow the SOLID principles, reduce errors in your code, and make code easier to maintain. After taking this course you will have a solid foundation for building robust web apps using common JavaScript patterns, MVVM, and KnockoutJS.

What are the modules?

ps21: Getting Started with Knockout and MVVM in JavaScript

This first module sets the foundations for the course by showing you everything you need to know to get started with Knockout as well as some helpful resources.

ps22: Bindings and Observables

This module covers  manual subscriptions to bindings and the 3 fundamental types of binding members that provide change notification: observables, observable arrays, and computed observables.

ps2 3: Built In Bindings

This module covers many of the built-in bindings that Knockout supports for text, input, appearance, and event handling.

ps24: JavaScript Patterns: Spaghetti to Ravioli

This module explores popular JavaScript patterns and demonstrates how they can be applied to developing with Knockout to enhance readability, extensibility and maintainability.

ps25: Templates, Control of Flow, and Containerless Bindings

This module explores the control of flow bindings (if, ifnot, with, foreach and template), demonstrating the value that each of these brings.

ps26: Custom Binding Handlers and Persisting Data

This module explores the custom binding handlers, unobtrusive JavaScript, persisting data, change tracking, and integrating with jQuery UI.

Demos:

The course includes 40+ demos that you can run from a single project!

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Parting Thoughts:

I extend a sincere thank you to some great folks who helped influence this course through their contributions to open source, the plug in community, and some by helping me vet the content and ideas. They are, in no particular order:

tags: javascript knockout knockoutjs mvvm patterns pluralsight
  • http://www.tempworks.com gregg dourgarian

    i’m enjoying the knockout course John…tx

  • Martin

    Great course, have gone throught half of it. Where can I get the source code though

  • john

    Martin – Glad you found it valuable. The source code is available at Pluralsight. I believe the plus subscription gives you the example code along with the assesments and offline viewing capabilities.

  • Antonio Castro Jr

    I´ve just finished watching this amazing course at pluralsight. The problem is that I don´t have a + subscription. Is there a way of downloading just the sample code?

  • john

    Antonio – Thanks for watching it! The full sample code is part of the plus subscription with Pluralsight.

  • Richard Buckingham

    John, this is a great course. Love the way I can walk through all the examples, good stuff.
    I’m heading back to the web front end 5 years of back end programming and I’m loving it. These new libraries such as knockoutJS make it fun to program in the browser :-)

  • twain

    is the course free

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