|Grids, Forms, JQuery, MVC4 and KnockoutJs||protactinium||5/12/12 12:48 PM|
I start developing with the new APS MVC 4 and it looks very promising. There is different approachs and different tools that we can use.
My aim is to use the best practices and standards delivered by the ASP MVC community.
I'm trying now to select the right tools for our web application development.
Which approach could be the best ?
Hope to get your feebacks and advices on this issue.
|Re: Grids, Forms, JQuery, MVC4 and KnockoutJs||Mike||5/15/12 12:35 PM|
|Re: Grids, Forms, JQuery, MVC4 and KnockoutJs||Mike||5/15/12 12:38 PM|
Also, for data access there's "entityspaces.js" (shameless plug) but it's MIT licensed ... It supports XHR or REST API's, full hierarchical models, tracks row and column level dirty state, uses ko.observables for properties ...