The first installment discussed what Knockout.js is, why and how it evolved, and how it fits into Web development. This month, the discussion dives into best practices for Knockout, extending it and creating custom bindings.
Peter Vogel continues to build out a TypeScript project by defining a view model. Along the way he looks at defining interfaces, setting up constructors, creating optional parameters and initializing arrays in TypeScript.
Rodrigo Munoz walks you through how to fix two of the most challenging Internet Explorer 8 and Internet Explorer 7 responsive design bugs: media queries and box-sizing.
The latest version of TypeScript adds generics but there's more in the package than that. Peter looks at what's new.
Set up a TDD environment for test applications by choosing and integrating a toolset that works with Visual Studio. It's not a completely satisfying solution, but it's enough to start building an application.
In this full session video (73 minutes), Ben Hoelting shows Visual Studio Live! Chicago 2013 attendees how to use TypeScript.
CSS3 media queries are the key to making responsive design work.
Building and debugging Web-based applications with Chrome Developer Tools is easier than you might think.
jQuery support for the new HTML5 data attributes may not be everything a developer could want -- but it's very close. And, more important, it's the perfect solution for handling transactional data.
Although Windows 8 and Windows Phone share the same core, building an app for both isn't as easy as you might think.