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Browserify Sample Application: with Backbone, jQuery, Handlebars, and Cordova

Browserify is a tool that lets you bundle node.js modules and consume them in the browser. In other words, it allows you to write browser-based applications using node.js-style requires. Quick Tour Install browserify or Write a module Use the module Create the bundle Add bundle.js to your index.html file and run the application. More details: […]

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Building Modular Mobile/PhoneGap Apps with Backbone.js, RequireJS & Topcoat — Sample App

In my previous post, I discussed the process of building modular applications with Backbone.js and RequireJS, and I shared a new version of my Employee Directory sample application built with Backbone.js, RequireJS, and Twitter Bootstrap. In this post, I share the Mobile/PhoneGap version of the same application. This application is an example of how to […]

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Building Modular Web Applications with Backbone.js and RequireJS — Sample App

In recent months, I have been sharing different versions of the Employee Directory sample application built with different technology stacks, different frameworks, and different back-end (REST services) implementations. A number of you have asked for a modular version of the application built using RequireJS. So here it is. RequireJS A complete discussion of the benefits […]

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