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JavaScript Best Practices, Backbone.js, and Mario for the PHP Develop

by Symfony Developer at KnpLabs on May 24, 2012

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Time to talk your JavaScript to the next level. Join us as we take a normal jQuery document.ready block and start to break it into objects, use the prototype model, investigate scope, and ...

Time to talk your JavaScript to the next level. Join us as we take a normal jQuery document.ready block and start to break it into objects, use the prototype model, investigate scope, and self-executing JavaScript blocks.

We'll be guided in our journey by Mario and his friends, as well as a full-demo and source code, complete with a poor-man's animation of Luigi kicking ass with a fireball. We'll also run through the basics of Backbone.js and which parts to use and avoid based on your application.

And because you're a PHP developer, we'll see how JavaScript object-oriented principles would look like if they were written in PHP.

http://weaverryan.github.com/php-js-playground/

https://github.com/weaverryan/php-js-playground

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