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Init.js: A Guide to the Why and How of Full-Stack JavaScript - WhaTech

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Init.js: A Guide to the Why and How of Full-Stack JavaScript
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In the case of Init, I wanted to cover most scenarios, so I picked Backbone.js for easy SPA creation, with Backbone.Marionette.View for componentization.
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Backbone.js Deconstructed - Part 1

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In Part 1 and Part 2 of Backbone.js Deconstructed, we are going to examine the function of the Backbone Library at the code level.

Specifically, in Part 1 we will identify some helpful (dare I say 'required'?) prerequisites that make learning Backbone a rewarding endeavor. Then we will cover some critical details about Single Page Applications (SPAs) that are needed before one can truly understand the purpose and parts of Backbone. After we have a mental foundation for SPAs, we will dive into the code by systematically breaking down the details around Backbone.Events, creating Backbone Objects, the Backbone.Router() and Backbone.History(), and lastly, Backbone utilities. In Part 2 of Backbone.js Deconstructed, we will systematically uncover the purpose and functionality provided by Backbone.Model, Backbone.View, and Backbone.Collection.


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Rails 4.0: Release Candidate 2 released! - Riding Rails - Ruby on ...

We're almost at the end of the road for Rails 4.0.0. This is intended to be the last release candidate before the final version is released. We have just under a hundred commits in since RC1. All just fixing regressions since the ...
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Backbone.js for Absolute Beginners - Getting started (Part 1: Intro)

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Backbone.js is a JavaScript framework, among many others, that is gaining special attention in the web development community because it’s ease of use and the structure that it provides to JavaScript applications.

Backbone.js has hard dependency on underscore.js and a soft dependency on jQuery. It’s composed by the following modules:
* Views
* Events
* Models
* Collections
* Routers


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Bone.io - Realtime HTML5 Framework

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Bone.io allows you to build realtime HTML5 apps using websockets to deliver hot data to the browser. This enables you to easily construct rich, highly responsive user interfaces.

In a lot of ways, Bone.io can be viewed as a much improved version of Backbone.js. Backbone, Angular and other older frameworks rely primarily on AJAX and model bindings to get data to the DOM. The problem with this approach is that AJAX has no method for handling bi-directional communication. In the world of modern data-driven HTML5 applications, Bone.io strives to pickup where these other frameworks have left off.


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