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The "template" binding. Purpose. The template binding populates the associated DOM element with the results of rendering a template. Templates are a simple. Creating custom bindings. You're not limited to using the built-in bindings like click, value, and so on — you can create your own ones. This is how to control. The if binding causes a section of markup to appear in your document (and to have its data-bind attributes applied), only if a specified expression evaluates to true (or a true -ish value such as a non- null object or nonempty string). if plays a similar role to the visible binding. The difference is that, with visible, the contained.
External links and tutorials. See these external pages for more examples of using Knockout with other technologies: Knock Me Out — Ryan Niemeyer's excellent blog containing ideas, thoughts, and discussion about KnockoutJS and related technologies; PluralSight training course — Online videos - John Papa. Declarative Bindings. Easily associate DOM elements with model data using a concise, readable syntax. Automatic UI Refresh. When your data model's state changes, your UI updates automatically. Dependency Tracking. Implicitly set up chains of relationships between model data, to transform and combine it. Templating. Aliases. The standard way to reference a binding is using the data- bind attribute: [data-bind="%binding_name%: %value%"]. In Magento implementation, you can also use aliases to declare bindings. Some bindings may be defined as attributes ([%binding_alias%="%value%"]) or nodes (% binding_alias%.