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knockout.js - selecting & printing an object
You can see following updated fiddle. http://jsfiddle.net/cLm3evns/1/. You forgot following thing in your model. var self = this.

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Knockout custom binding handler does not update children elements
You shouldnt be extending the bindingContext directly, you should create a child binding context. Then it will work how you expect it to. ko.bindingHandlers.container = { init: function(element, valueAccessor, allBindingsAccessor, viewModel, bindingContext) { // Make a modified binding context, with a extra properties, and apply it to descendant elements var innerBindin

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Formatting a number in a TextBox onBlur and onLoad ? using Knockout
You can create two inputs: Input 1 is readonly & visible by default and contains the formatted value. When Input 1 is clicked, hide it, show and focus Input 2 with the real value that can be edited. When Input 2 is 'blurred', hide it and show input 1 with the formatted value. Html: <div> <input type="text" readonly data-bind="value: valFormatted,

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How reference this in knockout view
And that seem to have fixed my issue. I was just over complicating stuff as usual. Updated view(): <div class="cards" data-bind="sortable: { data: cards, afterMove: cardMoved }"> <div class="card"> <div><span data-bind="text: title"></span></div> <div class="dnnRight" data-bind="if: firstMatch(id)"> <a href="#" class="d

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Knockout binding multiple observable arrays
As far as I understood self.members observable contains the Members model. So, you can map your data to self.members through mapping. Assuming self.members is an observable array and data is the response data of Member Details from database. self.members(jQuery.map(data, function (item) { return new Member(item); })); In html, using foreach binding, you display all member list with checkbox

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Why is Kendo sortable breaking my knockout select?
Silly me. I had to add "select" to the ignore attribute of the sortable. function item(i) { var self = this; self.Type = ko.observable(i.Type || 0); self.Name = ko.observable(i.Name || "New item"); } function itemType(it) { var self = this; self.TypeId = ko.observable(it.TypeId || 0); self.TypeName = ko.observable(it.TypeName || ""); } function ItemViewModel() { var self = thi

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Update values from one array to another
In you viewmodel, you have two observableArrays and assuming data is filled var vm = { var self = this; self.Instructions = ko.observableArray(); self.References= ko.observableArray(); //to update the values from References to Instruction ko.utils.arrayForEach(self.References, function(data){ ko.utils.arrayForeach(self.Instructions, function(item){ if(

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Knockout Subscribe to any change in observable complex object
You can use the following trick: ko.computed(function() { return ko.toJSON(complexObject); }).subscribe(function() { // called whenever any of the properties of complexObject changes }); See http://jsfiddle.net/xcajt4qn/3/

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