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.
These days, though, it’s becoming more common to build a server-side
API that generates only JSON, and a separate client-side app (in
foundation on which those apps are built.
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!
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