Knockout custom binding handlers – multiple arguments and function callbacks best practice ?

Knockout custom binding handlers – multiple arguments and function callbacks best practice ?

Asked on December 26, 2018 in knockout js.
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        This approach is valid due to the same pattern as KO . allBindingsAccessor also possible to use .

        Try this way :

        1.Sharing the properties in between the  multiple bindings , For ex: A bubbleEvent binding is used to denote the other  binding that deals with events not to bubble them.

        2.Alert the  other bindings and tilt their work  .To permit the  complex binding handlers .

        The good reason  for passing handlers is contain that as named members on the  view model instead of the inline on the binding .

    Answered on December 26, 2018.
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        Encapsulate properties and methods pertinent to the objects in their respective view models is good during using the knockoutjs and the MVVM pattern .

        Within the  custom binding handler ,The user can  reference any properties which is required in the  view model, as well as call any callback functions residing on the view model.

        This work good to contain all the  properties  and  callback method  which is suitable for updating the view model  to reside on the view model itself.

        Encapsulating members and behaviors in this manner makes it very straightforward to unit test each view model as well.

    Answered on December 26, 2018.
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