In previous article, I have explained Knockout CRUD Operations using MVC4. In this article, I will demonstrate, how to use Knockout with Web API for CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) Operations.
Basically, binding context is an object that holds data, which is referenced from your view-model bindings. While applying bindings, Knockout automatically creates and manages a hierarchy of binding contexts. Let's have a look on different types of binding context with example.
You can learn about Knockout by visiting Knockout website. There is a pretty good guide about Knockout. In this article, I am going to share a handy and a really concise quick reference about the binding with syntax in Knockout.