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Client-side MVC with Backbone.js (reloaded)

- Why Backbone - Architecture - Real World - Tips & Tricks - Extras (javascript: Client-side MVC with Backbone.js (reloaded) http://t.co/S4Sd44Vk...)...

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backbone.js – M without the VC | Objectify

backbone.js – M without the VC | Objectify | playframework | Scoop.it

I’ve recently been doing a lot of work with backbone.js, a JavaScript MVC framework that’s excellent for building clean applications that are backed by RESTful JSON web services. It offers a nice separation of concerns, supports your favourite JavaScript templating engine and is well-documented. What else could you need?

Well, sometimes the answer is a little bit less than what’s on offer. What about cases where you want to use just part of the framework? That’s also possible – in this case, I’m going to demonstrate how you can use backbone models to interact with your server-side code, but without the associated views and controllers.

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Integrating Twitter Bootstrap with Play 2.0 using Scala

Integrating Twitter Bootstrap with Play 2.0 using Scala | playframework | Scoop.it
We spent more than a few hours in getting the boostrapping right for Play 2.0 RC3 and twitter bootstrap. Following is a summary of steps we followed and some pitfalls that we encountered. For start...
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