Knocking it out of the park, with Knockout.JS


MVVM on the web… that works! Yes, finally; thank you Steve! If you don’t know who I’m thanking, Steve Sanderson is one of the brilliant minds behind major contributions to ASP.NET with focus on the MVC side of things. And if you don’t know what Knockout.JS is, you really need to come see me show you how to use Steve’s latest brainchild. Knockout.JS lets you do real MVVM on your HTML. I’m talking about real two-way binding. And with the help of Web API and Ajax, you can overcome any shortcoming that cannot be totally handled on the client. So come see me and let’s add another great tool to your web arsenal.

Miguel Castro

Miguel is President of Melvicorp LLC and specializes in architecting, building and educating on .NET solutions. He is a 7-year Microsoft MVP, INETA Speaker, Conference Speaker, contributor to CoDe Magazine, as well as an active blogger, and has been a software developer for over 29 years. With a Microsoft background that goes all the way back to VB 1.0 (and QuickBasic in fact). Miguel has spoken at numerous user groups, code camps, and conferences around the country. He has also been featured on the Internet Radio Talk Show, .NET Rocks and .NET Rocks-TV on numerous occasions. His blog and other things of potential interest can be found at http://www.dotnetdude.com. He resides in Lincoln Park, NJ with his wife Elena and his daughter Victoria.