I gave this talk July 31 at BackboneConf 2013 in Boston, MA
Backbone has been used to build some of the greatest web apps in the world. Chances are, you have one running in your tabs. But the gap from first starting Backbone to building a large application is enormous. In this talk, Brian Mann will focus on closing that gap, and pave the way for creating powerful and highly scalable Backbone Apps.
One of the biggest pain points of Backbone is dealing with its boilerplate code. Let’s face it; Backbone is notorious for being small and un-opinionated. While an attractive feature, it unfortunately means automation and workflow falls on developer’s shoulders. This often results in bloated code bases, reinvented patterns, frustration, and wasted time.
Instead of building your application’s infrastructure from scratch, Brian will show you how to become a much happier Backbone developer by demonstrating how to build modular Backbone apps using Marionette JS.
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