Learning Backbone.js for beginners

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  1. Developing Backbone.js Applications

    Addy Osmani is a writer, speaker, and a JavaScript developer. He is a member of the jQuery core [Bug Triage/Docs/Learning] teams where he...

  2. Building Single Page Applications With jQuery's Best Friends

    Hey guys. Today we're going to take a look at how you can build a single-page application (SPA) supporting graceful degradation using so...

  3. Getting Started with Backbone.js

    Unlike its web development peers, JavaScript has never really had much in the way of frameworks to provide structure. Thankfully, in rece...

  4. Backbone.js Tutorial Part I | PeepCode Screencast

    Backbone.js Basics by Geoffrey Grosenbach and David Goodlad. Graphics by Paula Lavalle. Works with the latest Backbone 0.9.2! Possibly th...

  5. Backbone.js Tutorial Part II | PeepCode Screencast

    Backbone.js Interactivity by Geoffrey Grosenbach and David Goodlad. Graphics by Paula Lavalle. Music by Giles Bowkett. Works with the lat...

  6. Backbone.js Screencast - Introduction and Views - joey beninghove

    A couple weeks ago I gave a webinar for Develop with Passion on Backbone.js. Unfortunately there was a problem with the recording, so I d...

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

    We've all done it. Our code base has one huge monolithic file, packed full of JavaScript spaghetti. It's unwieldy, hard-to-debug, and has...

  8. Backbone.js Persistence Tutorial | PeepCode Screencast

    Backbone Persistence by Geoffrey Grosenbach. Graphics by Paula Lavalle. Music by Giles Bowkett. Previously: Backbone Part I Backbone Part...

  9. Backbone.js + CoffeeScript Book

    A new eBook exploring the awesome power, elegance, and productivity of JavaScript MVC applications developed with Backbone.js and CoffeeS...

  10. Backbone.js on Rails Screencast - When Things Go Wrong! - Validation errors and server availability

    "I really like the "live" style of these screencasts. It seems almost like I'm pair programming. I appreciate the polished feel of screen...

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