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0idle: A marketplace where Event Organizers find Venues

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My roommate (Anton Kishchenko) and I started working on a marketplace to help event organizers find venues called 0idle. After initial market research, we received great feedback and decided to start building the product. I decided to start building it in Rails, since I have worked with it before, knowing that it is a great framework.
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Introduction to Backbone Part 2 – Server-side

I finally found the time to complete the second part of my introduction to backbone.

You can find the complete source code here: https://github.com/yagudaev/backbone-twitter-part2.

I have been really busy with 0idle among other things like moving to Vancouver. But thanks to a 30 day procrastination therapy challenge (watch video and join) I finally finished it :).

Enjoy!

Introduction to Backbone Part 1 – Client-side

I decided to do a screencast showing off how to use backbone.js. There are two parts to the screencast, the second of which will be posted next week.

The first part covers the client-side aspect of backbone.js which consists of Models, Collections and Views.

You can find the complete source code here: https://github.com/yagudaev/backbone-twitter-part1.