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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.

Comparing Object in Javascript

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As you start writing unit-test you will undoubtedly discover the challenges of comparing object in Javascript. In this short article we will look at how to do object comparison in Javascript to make our unit tests easier to work with. We will take a look at one popular unit-testing framework, Mocha.js, but the lessons here can be applied to other frameworks like QUnit and JSTestDriver as well.
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SnippetSky: Store, manage and share bits of code

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We  are thrilled to announce SnippetSky is now available for public beta. We have poured our hearts and souls into it to make it the best experience possible. We used SnippetSky to help us make SnippetSky (inception anyone :)), and we love it. We hope you do too.

So what is the mysterious new site? Simply put, SnippetSky is a place for your bits and pieces of code to live and be shared on the web. As developers, we often run into some neat and elegant code on either at work, on the web, while viewing source or just pair programming with our peers. This code does not often fit a clumsy source control system. It is too small. Nor does it belong in some distant corner of your file system. It is a beautiful creator we like to call a snippet, and it belongs on SnippetSky. More…