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Web App Testing Using Knockout.JS by Roberto Messora

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Data-binding in detail

The main objective of a web application is to present some data and eventually react to user inputs. In the previous sections, you learned that the Model-View-ViewModel strategy is to hold the data (the Model) and commands in a pure-code representation of the View called ViewModel. We also briefly scratched the surface of the data-binding mechanism that permits the connection between the ViewModel and HTML markup.

In this section, we will review the Knockout.JS built-in data-binding types. There are many ways to present information on a web page. There are plenty of elements in HTML that need a way to bind the ViewModel properties and commands.

The data-binding syntax

In Knockout.JS, we talk about declarative data-binding because ...

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