Developing Backbone.js Applications Developing Backbone.js Applications / tutorial / free

http://addyosmani.github.io/backbone-fundamentals

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viczam

No, don't use Backbone :P
There are better alternatives like angular and ember :)

viczam, over 3 years ago

pineapple

Lol, well I personally prefer angular, but gotta cover all our bases :p

pineapple, over 3 years ago

SkinnyGeek1010

(>_<)

Backbone has it's uses... it's mainly great for integrating with an existing codebase or for times when you need to control/customize how everything works.

Once Meteor matures a bit it looks like it'll blow all three out of the water for fresh codebases!

SkinnyGeek1010, over 3 years ago

chadxz
pineapple

That is unfortunate :| Good save... i really will have to update all the github.com domains. It's kind of a pain because they're mixed in with repos

pineapple, over 3 years ago

SkinnyGeek1010

This is a pretty nice comprehensive read... it even covers the recent additions for #stopListening and #listenTo to help nerf cleanup.

SkinnyGeek1010, over 3 years ago


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