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Forking Todo Restful with Backbone.Marionette
Luke Herrington shares his experience with integrating an existing Drupal backend with a Backbone.Marionette Todo app.
drupal  headless  rest  restful  backbonejs  angularjs  marionettejs  javascript  clientsidemvc 
may 2015 by garrettc
Let Links Be Links
The notion of the web as an application platform has never been more popular. Single-page frameworks like Ember and Angular make it easy to create complex applications that offer richer, more robust experiences than traditional websites can. But this benefit comes at a cost. Ross Penman tells us what we can do about it.
accessibility  javascript  webdevelopment  clientsidemvc  userexperience 
may 2015 by garrettc
Backbone.js and Underscore.js in Drupal 8
"Both Backbone.js, and its dependency Underscore.js were committed to Drupal 8 two years ago! Let's take a quick look at both Backbone.js and Underscore.js, how they're used in core, and how you might be able to use them to simplify some javascript for your site."
javascript  backbonejs  underscorejs  drupal  drupal8  clientsidemvc  webdevelopment 
april 2015 by garrettc
js;dr = JavaScript required; Didn’t Read.
"Pages that are empty without JS: dead to history (archive-org), unreliable for search results (despite any search engine claims of JS support, check it yourself), and thus ignorable."
javascript  future  clientsidemvc 
march 2015 by garrettc
TodoMVC
Helping you select an MV* framework - Todo apps for Backbone.js, Ember.js, AngularJS, Spine and many more
framework  clientsidemvc  webdevelopment  javascript 
march 2015 by garrettc
A JS framework on every table
A look at the proliferation of JS frameworks, and what that means for developers.
javascript  webdevelopment  framework  clientsidemvc 
march 2015 by garrettc
The “Web Application” Myth
"What a good app needs is a team of dedicated people behind it. Good apps are good because talented people cared about them and pooled their skills."

It's not about the frameworks.
webapp  framework  javascript  performance  clientsidemvc 
february 2015 by garrettc
Client-side MVC's major bug
"Over the past year I conducted performance audits on a handful of sites that all used client-side MVC’s, typically Angular but not always. Each site had their own optimizations that needed to take place to improve performance. Yet a pattern emerged: client-side MVC’s were the major bottleneck for each. It slowed down the initial rendering of the page (particularly on mobile) and it limited our ability to optimize the critical path."
angularjs  client  clientsidemvc  performance  webdevelopment  javascript 
february 2015 by garrettc

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