Backbone MooTools is an adapter for using Backbone with the MooTools framework. The basic idea behind it is to use the jQuery API as a wrapper to MooTools calls to allow us to seamlessly use Backbone.js without changing its internals.
To use backbone-mootools just download one of our handy pre-packed js files. If you don't want to worry about including the MooTools dependancies yourself, we provide a js file with all the required dependancies. Otherwise, simply download the MooToolsAdapter.js and embed it before your backbone.js embed.
<script src="http://www.yourwebsite.com/mootools-core-1.4.1.js> <script src="http://www.yourwebsite.com/MooToolsAdapter.js"></script> <script src="http://www.yourwebsite.com/backbone.js"></script>
Note: backbone-mootools does not remap the $ object. It only remaps the jQuery object.
Backbone MooTools depends on the following MooTools modules:
The MooToolsBackbone Adapter currently doesn't support attaching multiple views to a single element. Backbone does this using jQuery's event namespacing. However, since MooTools doesn't support event namespacing we can't do this currently. We currently strip all namespaces from events when we bind them.
Because of these limitations the following Backbone unit tests are expected to fail on Backbone 0.9.1:
- Backbone.View: View: delegateEvents
- Backbone.View: View: undelegateEvents
- Backbone.View: View: multiple views per element
This library is designed to be used with the backbone project, which is linked to in a submodule. All the details on backbone and its license can be found at http://documentcloud.github.com/backbone.
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