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Packed with everything you need to get more from #Backbone - or simply to get started with it bit.ly/Free-Tech-Learning (available only today).

~ Offers solutions to common Backbone.js related problems that most developers face
~ Shows you how to use custom widgets, plugins, and mixins to make your code reusable
~ Describes patterns and best practices for large scale JavaScript application architecture and unit testing applications with QUnit and SinonJS frameworks
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hey, I've created a simple node app that allows you to create js bookmarks from a script. I do use js bookmarks often as a developer. comments accepted :)

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Take a look at Component Inspector. It might be helpful for your developing process. Suggestions are welcome.
https://github.com/lahmatiy/component-inspector

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#Backbone.js #Yeoman generator for webapp development. With #RequireJS,# Bootstrap, #Sass, and templating with #Jade and #Lodash. Also with #JSHint and #Grunt.

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Another look at using Backbone with ES6 classes

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Introducing: Great Backbone.js Interview Questions

Backbone.js Interviewing: Know what to ask, know how to answer.

Toptal introduces this community-driven list of great interview questions for Backbone.js. We've begun with an initial sampling of questions. Read them, comment on them, or even contribute your own.

Toptal is pleased to provide this service to the community and welcomes your feedback.

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Top 8 Common Backbone.js Developer Mistakes

Backbone.js equips the developer with an array of tools that are minimal but extremely flexible. This gives developers the option to design applications the way they want, but also introduces a number of way things can go wrong.
 
In this article, Toptal engineer Mahmud Ridwan discusses a few common mistakes that Backbone.js developers can make, and how they may avoid them.

#BackboneJS #JavaScript #FrontEnd #Mistakes
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