Integrating Knockout into a Page

In these posts, I’m working through a process that enables me to implement an MVC/MVVM design pattern in my JavaScript code. In my first post, I discussed why I care (primarily to create a testable application) and set up my server side test functions. In the following post, I started creating the client-side ModelView that […]
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Creating a Testable Client-side ViewModel with Knockout

In my previous post, I discussed why I a JavaScript MVC or MVVM framework is essential: It lets you prove, quickly and conveniently, that your code works so that you can assemble applications out of reliable components. In that post I also started on a project to show how one of those frameworks—Knockout—supports the MVVM […]
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Creating Testable Applications with a JavaScript MVC Framework

I love test driven development because, assuming that I’m going to test my code at all, the TDD frameworks make testing much easier and faster—much faster than running the whole application in order to test a few lines of code, for instance. The problem is that my usual JavaScript + jQuery coding practices defeat TDD. […]
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Dynamically Accessing Large Resource Files in XAML at Runtime

WPF provides ResourceDictionaries as a convenient way of adding resources like Styles to your application to be accessed when needed. However, if a non-executable resource gets very large and/or is used infrequently, resource files are a better choice than ResourceDictionairies. With WPF applications you can incorporate any non-executable resources (including data files, images, audio, and […]
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Integrating Your Own Code with Entity Framework: The Factory

In my last post, I showed how to use the code-first technology in Entity Framework 4.1 to create your business entity classes and integrate them into EF. I’ll complete that code-first process in this post and add a warning about a limitation in the process compared to Entity Framework’s original data-first process. After defining your […]
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