AngularJS allows to define async functions. An example is the $http service. HTTP service calls an API and returns a response as a promise.
// handle the response
// handle the error
Retrieve the result from the Promise object using then function. The function has two arguments:
Create a map object with
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Knockout is a UI framework for building single page apps. In Knockout, observable and observableArray are two basic functions. Observable enables two-way binding between the UI and the data in View Model. ObservableArray stores a collection of View Models. When a
Knockout.js is a good framework for building single page applications. But, it has a few drawbacks. But before going over the drawbacks, we will discuss the problem that it solves. Too many View Models With Knockout.js, we create a View
I have posted earlier on moving items from one ListBox to another. We use jQuery to do that. Listbox posts only the selected values to the server. In our case, we are not making any selections. But rather moving the
ASP.NET UI There are two Listboxes – list1 and list2. And four buttons. We want to move items from the one Listbox to another. There is a: Add button to add selected items. Add All button to add all items.