I just resolved an odd behavior that tripped me up. Have you ever attached a click handler to a checkbox/radio with Knockout and wondered why the old value is received in the click handler? Well here’s the solution. In Knockout, bindings fire left to right.
So if you put your bindings in this order:
<input type="checkbox" data-bind="checked: value, click: funcToCall">
Then funcToCall will see the updated state for the checkbox as expected. However, if you reverse the binding order to this:
<input type="checkbox" data-bind="click: funcToCall, checked: value">
Then the click will fire before the checked binding which means the checkbox’s new state won’t be reflected. So be sure to declare your bindings in a logical order!