Knockout JS 2.1.0 released

The Knockout JS Team recently released version 2.1.0 of their JavaScript data binding framework.

Knockout JS is a small but powerful Javascript library that offers declarative data binding for your HTML code. It enables you to separate you HTML code from your data and UI logic, offering automatic UI refresh and dependency tracking.

The new features and improvements of version 2.1.0 are:

  • Support for CommonJS and AMD (Asynchronous Module Definition)
  • Templating performance improvements
  • Custom container-less bindings
  • Recursion of computed observables has been eliminated
  • New $index variable in foreach binding
  • New $parentContext variable contains the binding context of the parent
  • New ko.isComputed helper function
  • + many other improvements and fixes

For a full list of all new features see Ryan Niemeyer’s blog post.

This entry was posted in Java Web Frameworks and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply