How to Get Started With Backbone.js

Backbone.js is a very powerful Javascript library for front end development. Notice that it’s not a framework. The advantage of using a library is that it will give you a lot of flexibility, while the framework has opinionated ways of doing things. Basics of Getting Started with Backbone.js Backbone.js has following components: Views Events Models Collections Routers In this article, we'll focus on Views and Events. Backbone.js has soft dependency on jQuery and hard dependency on UnderscoreJS. So we will focus on including those libraries while linking Backbone.js in your HTML page. We are going to include following libraries within our code: Views are components which belongs to single HTML element. So, we make a simple div and we will link it with Backbone.js View. The following code showing `#container` div with the input text box with...

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