Test prop var cycle

I copied the following items to …./sitename/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Content Web Parts:_
Item_List_
Control_List_

I noticed that .js files were not automatically created for the two .html files.
Is this normal?
Also List Table Control and List Table Item are not showing up under the Display Templates settings for the CSWP on the site where I copied the above files.
Thank you for your templates, but I need some guidance to get them to show up on my Office 365 site.

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There is an interesting feature coming in KO related to computed dependency tracking. Michael Best implemented an option that allows a computed to not maintain any dependencies when it has no subscribers to it. This is not appropriate for all cases, but in situations where the computed returns a calculated value with no side-effects, if there is nothing depending on that calculated value, then the computed can go to “sleep” and not maintain subscriptions or be re-evaluated when any of the dependencies change. This will be useful for efficiency as well as potentially preventing memory leaks for a computed that was not disposed, but could be garbage collected if it was not subscribed to something observable that still exists. The option is called pure and a is provided as a shortcut.

Test prop var cycle

test prop var cycle

There is an interesting feature coming in KO related to computed dependency tracking. Michael Best implemented an option that allows a computed to not maintain any dependencies when it has no subscribers to it. This is not appropriate for all cases, but in situations where the computed returns a calculated value with no side-effects, if there is nothing depending on that calculated value, then the computed can go to “sleep” and not maintain subscriptions or be re-evaluated when any of the dependencies change. This will be useful for efficiency as well as potentially preventing memory leaks for a computed that was not disposed, but could be garbage collected if it was not subscribed to something observable that still exists. The option is called pure and a is provided as a shortcut.

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