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Backbone.js versus AngularJS

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Presentation held at Backbone.js meetup in Oslo November 6, 2012. Summarizes provisional conclusions based on limited experience.

Presentation held at Backbone.js meetup in Oslo November 6, 2012. Summarizes provisional conclusions based on limited experience.

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  • 1. Wanted: a framework that: Allows me to build a useful object model Doesn’t require me to write explicit event handlers to update the Model from form inputs Satifies frontend developers
  • 2. Tried this Proof of concept: Basic form for editing an object’s attributes Very limited universe explored Backbone.js with Rivets.js (because it worked!) AngularJS
  • 3. Not married to aframework (yet)
  • 4. Why I liked AngularJS ”Frontend friendly” Simpler code in the proof of concept Easy, natural two-way data binding Model is a plain JavaScript object Dependency injection system
  • 5. Problems with Angular Some things just don’t work??
  • 6. Problems with Angular Some things just don’t work?? ”Codebase appears to be fairly sprawling and not very modular.”
  • 7. Problems with Angular Some things just don’t work?? ”Codebase appears to be fairly sprawling and not very modular.” ”Angularjs documentation is absolutely abysmal. They are truly awful. I cant say enough how terribly terribly terrible they are at explaining themselves.”