In this section, we will update a sample with Knockout.js from the previous section. For this purpose, we will create a new project with similar functionality and reprocessed source code. We will compare two samples (with and without Knockout.js) to understand how Knockout.js can help us develop a rich ASP.NET MVC application the easy way.
The current state of our
HomeLibrary project has one fatal drawback: Add and Delete actions entail a full page reload. This has a negative impact on the volume of traffic and the speed of query execution.
In the real application, it can be a serious problem. Just imagine: you have a very big page and the user wants to update only a small part of it. In this case, ...