Structuring your web apps with Backbone.js
This training kit has been developed for those who
This training kit will teach you the basics of Backbone.js and introduction to advanced part;
Prerequisites arranged as per the priority
- Basic understanding of web development concepts like functional programming, templating etc.
If you are already know & understand Backbone.js and want to learn Backbone.js Marionette framework then its strongly recommended to skip this training kit and jump to understand the basic to advanced of Backbone.js Marionette from the repository "Learning Backbone Marionette"
Training kit includes below session
Ch 1 : Getting Started.
Ch 2 : Backbone Model.
Ch 3 : Backbone View, Events & Templates.
Ch 4 : Backbone Collection.
Ch 5 : Backbone Router.
Ch 6 : Application DEMO & Plugin examples.
For more information on Backbone's coding standards, plugins etc. Please visit Backbone's training kit Github Wiki documentation
How to use training kit examples
Clone the repository and start running the examples in your browser and browse the codes with ready commits or you can also experiment with the code online which is powered by JSFiddle.
Recommended text editor
- Sublime Text 2 or above
Backbone Debugger, Git Repository A Google Chrome - Developer Tools extension for debugging Backbone.js applications. Displays in real-time all the application views, models, collections and routers, with detailed information such as handled jQuery events, model attributes, collection models, sync status, events triggered and more.
Nebula, Git Repository An open source application skeleton for a typical Backbone web apps. You can use it to quickly bootstrap your Backbone web application projects.
Nebula-cli, Git Repository Nebula-cli is a command line generator for Nebula. This tool will help to generate a walking application skeleton for a typical Backbone web apps. You can use it to quickly bootstrap your Backbone web application projects.
Boneloop, Git Repository An open source enterprise edition of Nebula based upon Backbone + Marionette - A scalable and composite application architecture for Backbone.js. It provides a client-[server]-side stack for building enterprise grade HTML5/Marionette applications. It could be used with any server side like Node.js, Ruby, PHP, JEE, Spring etc. By default it's server side environment comes with Node.js - Loopback (StrongLoop) stack.
Bonegear, Git Repository Bonegear is an open source UI components for your Backbone.js projects.
Developed & maintained by author: Ashwin Hegde & Contributors
We really appreciate all kind of feedback and contributions. Thank you for using and supporting this project.
To request a feature or you find any typo errors, enhancements or questions; please feel free to send a pull-request on "develop" branch or post it on following link, or vote for the ones that are already registered.
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Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Ashwin Hegde