Application Building Backbone

Pluralsight - Application Building Patterns with Backbone.js [repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by house23 at Sept. 1, 2016
Pluralsight - Application Building Patterns with Backbone.js [repost]

Pluralsight - Application Building Patterns with Backbone.js
MP4 | AVC 435kbps | English | 1280x720 | 30fps | 4h 26mins | AAC stereo 124kbps | 1.22 GB
Genre: Video Training

In this production we build a single page application with BackboneJS that breaks the bonds of the "silly demo." No more To-do lists - we're building an Open Source MongoDB document explorer, a perfect use case for a Single Page App powered by BackboneJS. It also allows us to use Javascript in every part of our application: client, server (using Node), and database! And we're doing it all on Windows 8 with WebMatrix 2.

Pluralsight - Application Building Patterns with Backbone.js [repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by house23 at Aug. 24, 2016
Pluralsight - Application Building Patterns with Backbone.js [repost]

Pluralsight - Application Building Patterns with Backbone.js
MP4 | AVC 271kbps | English | 1024x768 | 30fps | 4h 26mins | AAC stereo 128kbps | 964 MB
Genre: Video Training

This is a different kind of production for us at Tekpub. We're building out an application *that we need to use* and we're open sourcing it as well. We use MongoDB quite often - and many times have wanted to work with a MongoDB explorer much like the RavenDB explorer built using Silverlight. We can't stress it enough: this production is about building an app. It starts off explaining concepts, but quickly gets into the crazy-making aspects of working an app with Javascript.
Pluralsight - Application Building Patterns with AngularJS [repost]

Pluralsight - Application Building Patterns with AngularJS
MP4 | AVC 800kbps | English | 1024x768 | 30fps | 2h 43mins | AAC stereo 122kbps | 774 MB
Genre: Video Training

In this production we build an application with AngularJS: rebuilding Congo (our MongoDB explorer that we built with BackboneJS for our Backbone series) - but this time we use AngularJS. The goal of this production is to move quickly beyond "fun demos" and into the weeds, encountering issues/solutions that you will have to face when working with Angular on a daily basis.

Pluralsight - Application Building Patterns with Backbone.js  

Posted by MirrorsMaker at Dec. 12, 2015
Pluralsight - Application Building Patterns with Backbone.js

Pluralsight - Application Building Patterns with Backbone.js
MP4 | 1280x720 | x264 | English AAC 2.0 @ ~128 Kbps | 04:26:44 | 1,21 Gb
Genre: eLearning

This is a different kind of production for us at Tekpub. We're building out an application *that we need to use* and we're open sourcing it as well. We use MongoDB quite often - and many times have wanted to work with a MongoDB explorer much like the RavenDB explorer built using Silverlight. We can't stress it enough: this production is about building an app. It starts off explaining concepts, but quickly gets into the crazy-making aspects of working an app with Javascript.

Application Building Patterns with Backbone.js  

Posted by FenixN at April 22, 2015
Application Building Patterns with Backbone.js

Application Building Patterns with Backbone.js
WEBRips | MP4/AVC, ~306 kb/s | 1024x768 | Duration: 4 Hours 26 mins | English: AAC, 119 kb/s (2 ch) | 964 MB
Genre: Development / Programming

In this production we build a single page application with BackboneJS that breaks the bonds of the "silly demo." No more To-do lists - we're building an Open Source MongoDB document explorer, a perfect use case for a Single Page App powered by BackboneJS. It also allows us to use Javascript in every part of our application: client, server (using Node), and database! And we're doing it all on Windows 8 with WebMatrix 2.
Pluralsight - Application Building Patterns with AngularJS

Pluralsight - Application Building Patterns with AngularJS
English | MP4 | 1024x768 | AVC 447 Kbps 29.970 fps | AAC 121 Kbps 44.1 khz | 2h 43m | 775 MB
Sample Files: present
Genre: Video Training

In this production we build an application with AngularJS: rebuilding Congo (our MongoDB explorer that we built with BackboneJS for our Backbone series) - but this time we use AngularJS. The goal of this production is to move quickly beyond "fun demos" and into the weeds, encountering issues/solutions that you will have to face when working with Angular on a daily basis.

Building Backbone Plugins (repost)  

Posted by arundhati at Feb. 28, 2015
Building Backbone Plugins (repost)

Derick Bailey, Jerome Gravel-Niquet, "Building Backbone Plugins"
English | ISBN: N/A | 2014 | 209 pages | PDF, EPUB, MOBI | 11 MB

Building Backbone Plugins  

Posted by nebulae at June 29, 2014
Building Backbone Plugins

Derick Bailey, Jerome Gravel-Niquet, "Building Backbone Plugins"
English | ISBN: N/A | 2014 | 209 pages | PDF, EPUB, MOBI | 3 MB

Building Node Applications with MongoDB and Backbone [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at July 16, 2016
Building Node Applications with MongoDB and Backbone [Repost]

Building Node Applications with MongoDB and Backbone by Mike Wilson
English | 3 Jan. 2013 | ISBN: 1449337392 | 204 Pages | PDF/EPUB | 5/2 MB

Build an application from backend to browser with Node.js, and kick open the doors to real-time event programming.
TutsPlus - Getting Started with Backbone (2015) [repost]

TutsPlus - Getting Started with Backbone (2015)
MP4 | AVC 1232kbps | English | 1280x800 | 25ps | 1h 48mins | AAC stereo 116kbps | 1.02 GB
Genre: Video Training

There are many front-end libraries to choose from when you're building a web application, and all of them have their pros and cons. In this course, you'll get your first look at one of the top contenders: Backbone. Backbone is an extremely flexible front-end library that offers an "MVC-ish" structure that will connect easily with your RESTful back-end. Before you begin, you should know that Backbone requires Underscore, and often jQuery. If you don't know these libraries, you might want to check them out before getting started. Also, we'll use Express briefly, as a back-end; but don't worry if you haven't used that: it isn't required for Backbone.