Backbonification: migrating a large JavaScript project from DOM spaghetti to Backbone.js

Posted: November 20, 2012 Comments

Backbonification: migrating a large JavaScript project from DOM spaghetti to Backbone.js | OfBrooklyn.com.

I’ll admit that I’ve let my research into Backbone.js fall by the wayside over the past couple months, but articles like these keep me coming back to it. Backbone has me thinking about JavaScript in an entirely new way and I’m sure that’s exposing my lack of formal education/experience in software development but that’s okay, I’m among friends.

Articles like these are gold to me, I’m not sure of the technical term for it but this applicable learning style is really what makes the most sense to me. Over the course of my life I’ve questioned whether or not it’s just a byproduct of my laziness or something that actually makes sense, but it’s really difficult for me to read the specifications of a language full of foo’s and bar’s and actually glean anything from it.

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