Creating Kendo UI ViewModels in TypeScript

TypeScript provides a nice way of making strongly typed classes and turning them into JavaScript for you. When you pair it with Kendo UI, you will almost certainly want to make your ViewModels their own classes. This can be done by extending the kendo.data.ObservableObject class, but if you aren’t careful, TypeScript can get in the way more than it helps.

Read my full post on blog.falafel.com, and take a look at the common mistakes made when defining a Kendo UI ViewModel as a TypeScript class.

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CodingWithSpike is Jeff Valore. A professional software engineer, focused on JavaScript, Web Development, C# and the Microsoft stack. Jeff is currently a Software Engineer at Virtual Hold Technologies.


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