Binds the values of an object to the values of a DOM element that has the data-win-bind attribute. If multiple DOM elements are to be bound, you must set the attribute on all of them. See the example below for details.
Note If a control itself contains controls, and the parent control does the processing on its child controls. <control>.constructor.isDeclarativeControlContainer is true, and this method does not process the child controls, if <control>.constructor.isDeclarativeControlContainer is false, this method processes the child controls.
WinJS.Binding.processAll(rootElement, dataContext, skipRoot, bindingCache, defaultInitializer).done( /* Your success and error handlers */ );
Optional. The element at which to start traversing to find elements to bind to. If this parameter is omitted, the entire document is searched.
The object that contains the values to which the DOM element should be bound. One-time binding is used when this parameter is the
windowobject or a Windows Runtime object.
Note It is not advisable to pass the window object as processAll'sdataContext. Instead, it is better practice to create a separate object and pass that to the dataContext.
If true, specifies that only the children of rootElement should be bound, otherwise rootElement should be bound as well.
The cached binding data.
The binding initializer to use in the case that one is not specified in a binding expression. If not provided, the behavior is the same as Binding.defaultBind.
A Promise that completes when every item that contains the data-win-bind attribute has been processed and the update has started.
It's best not to pass the
window object as
processAll's dataContext. Instead, create your own dataContext object.
When using data binding, your data context should:
- Only contain data (i.e. no functions)
- Not contain any non-extensible objects
Minimum WinJS version