The structure of web applications is changing. In the olden days, you’d generate all your HTML on the server and send it down to your clients – boom, end of story, except for maybe a few ajax calls back to the server for interactivity.
We’ll look at how and why this shift happened, and at the elements of a well-structured Backbone.js client. I’ll introduce some backbone patterns that I’ve seen in the wild, and explain when and why you’d use each one. There will be code!
Sarah Mei has spent most of the last dozen years writing code, most of the last six doing Ruby, and in the last 18 months, she’s been on 7 different backbone.js Rails projects (and one using ember.js). In 2009, she co-founded Railsbridge, a nonprofit dedicated to making the Ruby and Rails communities welcoming to everyone. Sarah is a senior software engineer at Pivotal Labs in San Francisco.
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