Bindings Hi. This is Steve Michelotti of Pluralsight. In this module we're going to cover all the bindings that you have available in the Knockout library. You've seen this slide a few times throughout the course thus far and in this module we're going to cover the two items highlighted in green: The built-in bindings and the custom bindings. Now you can see that I have highlighted there that there are four types of built-in bindings. With the bindings you have in Knockout there are four types of built-in bindings. We have bindings for text and appearance, bindings for forms. As of Knockout 1. 3 we have what is called control flow bindings, and we also have traditional template bindings. I'm going to cover all of these bindings with demos. We also have custom bindings, which are an indispensible tool for any Knockout developer and is one of the best extensibility points that Knockout has.
Data features Hi. This is Steve Michelotti of Pluralsight. In this final module we're going to cover the data features and utilities that come with Knockout and this is really going to bring everything together. Up to this point in the course we've covered the core functionality that comes with Knockout for working with data-binding scenarios including observables and bindings. In this module we're going to cover the points in green here at the bottom starting with utilities and utilities are a little known aspect of Knockout that a lot of people don't even realize are there, but you can make everyday use of these features to enhance your applications greatly. Also, we're going to then talk about data features, which are typically used in AJAX scenarios for working with data in a very rich way, but overall, this final module is really going to bring everything together.