This webpage is a work in progress.
What is TKO?
Knockout helps you create rich, responsive, maintainable applications built on a clean underlying data model.
- Simple data-html bindings
Easily associate DOM elements with model data using a concise, readable syntax, like this:
<input data-bind='textInput: value'/>
- Two-way observables Data model and DOM stay in sync, updating the UI whenever the data changes.
- Computed dependencies Create chains of calculated variables dependencies.
- Templating Create reusable components and sophisticated web applications.
- Extensible Implement custom behaviours and compartmentalized code.
Support Knockout:via Patreon to Brian M Hunt
Include alpha-3 with this
<script src="https://email@example.com/dist/ko.js" integrity="sha384-W6Un9ta1JSOmCbK7YkdGGfyu+fDGY5e0II5CCyMKKXaYrpiJAt2q5YQH2ICQi4QA" crossorigin="anonymous"></script>
or install the monorepo it locally with one of
$ npm install tko $ yarn add tko
Clone the code with
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org/knockout/tko
Find Knockout online at:
- Gitter knockout/tko
- Gitter knockout/knockout
- Reddit /r/knockoutjs
- Google Groups
- StackOverflow [knockout.js]
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