In the first two parts of this series of articles, I set the groundwork for a solution that used ASP.NET MVC to create a simple site for a fictitious company called NorthWind Traders with a SQL Server database and which used R for the analytics and visualisation. Now, in the third part of the series, I’ll build on this by introducing two new R libraries that widen the analytical power of the application that we began developing in part 1 and 2. These libraries are called lattice and googleVis.
In this article, we will explore how we can use the jQuery Validator in an ASP.NET MVC application that uses Knockout Templating. Traditionally, jQuery validator works out of the box with KO ViewModels that are statically bound.
But there are a couple of additional things that you’ve to do when templates are involved and the DOM is manipulated on the fly.
Today we use a slightly different harness from the first two parts because we need validations for the dynamic controls added by the template.
I know that SignalR has been around for a while, but I wanted to take a moment to provide a SignalR for dummies post. And for the record, I am just using the expression; never would I actually imply you are an actual dummy. Since you are viewing my site, all evicence would suggest otherwise. Eh-hem…. Well that was arrogant Chris!
This post is intended not just for anyone that is new to SignalR, but also in preparation for my upcoming Desert Code Camp presentation as well as a few follow up articles I intend to write on some more advanced SignalR concepts.
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