I'm trying to render HTML for embedding Flash objects using Knockout.js' native templating faculties.  jQuery.tmpl does the job perfectly well, however I cannot use it due to conflicts with the Knockout-sortable plugin.  Here's an example...
I started using jQuery templates plugin (the one Microsoft created), but now I face this problem: the template is for a bunch of forms bound to an array of objects; when I change something on one of the forms, I want the bound object to update and I...
I'm trying to use knockout to do a pretty basic binding but am having trouble accessing the $item variable from jquery.tmpl.  I keep getting "$item is not defined" when I apply the bindings.    I've done this before so I know it can b...
I am using jQuery's template plugin rendering several row items similiar to this:   var clientData = [     { name: "Rey Bango", id: 1 },          { name: "Mark Goldberg", id: 2 },          { name: "Jen Statford", id: 3 } ]...
I'm thinking of starting to use the jQuery template engine in my projects.  What is the difference in these two?  Also, is it a good time to start using tmpl since it's still beta?...
I keep Process Explorer open and inspect the "Private Bytes" column of the firefox.exe process. After pressing the "Add" button in this example:  <script id="tmplComment" type="text/x-jquery-tmpl">     <div>...
In JSP, I notice that I can't render ${} into HTML. After the page is rendered, the HTML page will not show ${} anymore. In my understanding, ${} is part of java syntax.  Is there any approach to render this into HTML? Currently, I use print "...
I'm trying to pass a variable to a function, I know there are many topics about this, and I've nearly tried all suggestions, but still can't get it to work, these are my attempts:  edit: without the onclick, everything is working fine  va...
I am trying to figure out how to store jQuery templates in different files from the base html (without using a string or ajax request).  For instance, on my html page, I would like to do this:  <script type ="text/x-jquery-tmpl" id="pe...
I can understand cases when you will want to convert an object value to a boolean and save it in a variable. However, I came across the following code in a jQuery template and was wondering if the !! (double exclamation operators) is even necessary....

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