Writing Modular JavaScript Writing Modular JavaScript / tutorial / paid


A paid tutorial by Andrew Burgees on scalable JavaScript architecture, inspired by the works of Nicolas Zakas.
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submitted over 5 years ago, by blueberry
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Bought this the other day, it's really good. Definitely worth the $5 or whatever, especially because it's building off of the tried and true work of Nicolas Z, only a real world application of it (and not a stupid todo list app)

pineapple, over 5 years ago


Yea I never have a problem paying for envato tuts... they're really good stuff!

SkinnyGeek1010, over 5 years ago


Also if anyone is a tuts subscriber they have it over there as well (as opposed to the marketplace):


SkinnyGeek1010, over 5 years ago


Ah, great point!

blueberry, over 5 years ago

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