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Backbone.js

WHY SHOULD WE USE SERVER SIDE IN BACKBONE.JS?

May 23, 2014 3 Comments
WHY SHOULD WE USE SERVER SIDE IN BACKBONE.JS?

One of the challenges when building nontrivial Web applications is that JavaScript’s non-directive nature can initially lead to a lack of structure in your code. JavaScript is often written as a free-hanging and unrelated blocks of code, and it doesn’t take long before it becomes hard to make sense of the logic and organization of […]

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Backbone.js at a glance

May 9, 2014 1 Comment
Backbone.js at a glance

Introduction: In the recent years web-technology has revolutionized in many ways, made our life much easier. As we all know websites mean a lot of pages containing specific information in each page. But nowadays this concept is changing. As the time moving forward we are able to access internet via many devices except pc. Many […]

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Templates In Backbone.js

May 2, 2014 5 Comments
Templates In Backbone.js

One of the more important components of Backbone.js is templates. Cheap Fjallraven Kanken Mini Templates are essentially pieces of markup that can be use to create a bunch of different reusable copies of that same markup. But populating each component with different data. Used in combination with views, they are great for doing such as […]

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Underscore Methods in Backbone.js

April 24, 2014 6 Comments
Underscore Methods in Backbone.js

Underscore is a JavaScript library that provides a whole mess of useful functional programming helpers without extending any built-in objects.Underscore methods in backbone.js provides 80 different functions that support both the usual functional suspects, as well as more specialized helpers. It delegates to built-in functions, so modern browsers will use the native implementations of foreach, […]

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Backbone Routes and History

April 23, 2014 7 Comments
Backbone Routes and History

Backbone Routes – As backbone being a platform which supports the client side, we also in need for a traditional Request/Response website. outesWe fully expect the back and forward history navigation to work. With the stateless nature of the traditional website, this was very easy to implement. The browser needed only to keep track of […]

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Collections in Backbone.js

April 22, 2014 6 Comments
Collections in Backbone.js

Backbone collections are simply an ordered set of models. By using Models and Collections we can avoid putting data manipulation logic into our Views. Plus, Models and Collections provide convenience methods for working with a back end, and can automatically signal Backbone Views when the data changes. Such that it can be used in situations […]

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Understanding view in Backbone.js

April 17, 2014 6 Comments
Understanding view in Backbone.js

A view in backbone.js represents a DOM element, as well as the child elements within that element.Backbone views are used to reflect applications’ data models front-end. They are also used to listen to events and react accordingly.Backbone views are almost more convention than they are code.They don’t determine anything about HTML or CSS,it can be […]

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Models in Backbone.js

April 16, 2014 6 Comments
Models in Backbone.js

Introduction: working on a web application involves a lot of JavaScript.in backbone we use models as representative of the information. as we can create, update, delete,validate and also store the data/information in server. we are able to do the same things with a model in backbone.an UI action causes an attribute of a model to […]

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Introduction to Backbone.js

April 15, 2014 9 Comments
Introduction to Backbone.js

Introduction: The web application development process has been evolving over the years. In the beginning web applications were just static HTML pages, which required programmers to change the code in order to change the content. Later, in web 2.0, server side programming languages were added to generate HTML pages dynamically based on user input and […]

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Backbone.js View in Client Side Javascript MVC – with Java based Web Project – Part 3

April 28, 2013 4 Comments
Backbone.js View in Client Side Javascript MVC – with Java based Web Project – Part 3

This article is extension of Backbone.js based Application with Java based web project. The project code can be downloaded here. Backbone.js views are used to render client side application data model. They are used to listen events and work as per that. We will explain view functionality with JavaScript template library within our application for […]

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Backbone.js Router in Client Side Javascript MVC – with Java based Web Project – Part 2

April 28, 2013 3 Comments
Backbone.js Router in Client Side Javascript MVC – with Java based Web Project – Part 2

This article is extension of Backbone.js based Application with Java based web project. The project code can be downloaded here. In Backbone.js Javascript MVC Frameworks, router are used to navigate web site URL’s by using hash tags(#). All routers in Backbone.js contain route and function to map to that route. In our case, the route […]

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Backbone.js in Client Side Javascript MVC – with Java based Web Project

April 27, 2013 2 Comments
Backbone.js in Client Side Javascript MVC – with Java based Web Project

This article is extension of Backbone.js based Application with Java based web project. The project code can be downloaded here. In Backbone.js Javascript MVC Frameworks, The Model is referred to the intermediate data holding objects in client side which is required for data manipulation, validation on client side, fetching data from server side and finally […]

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