So far our simple Backbone application doesn’t actually do anything. We will change this with Events.
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Now the static fallback content has been created and is working, we can start to lay a basic Backbone application over the top.
To start of with, we have a great story about a game developer releasing a game about game development and what happens when the pirates were pirated. As I find myself tumbling down the rabbit hole of Lisp and it’s derivatives, this article was very timely for me. An interesting read and makes me want… Read more »
This series of posts is the culmination of my experimentation, problems faced, decisions made and lessons learned when playing around with BackboneJS to build reactive sites.
After watching a chat between Sacha Chau and John Wiegley about Emacs, I’ve gone on an Emacs rampage. I tweaking my init script to use org-mode (probably more on that another day) and generally getting things ticking along quite nicely. I use three different computers (desktop at office, desktop at home and laptop) and all my… Read more »
I have just installed Org2Blog so testing it out. Increasingly my life is being consumed by Emacs and org-mode.
Over the past month there have been a number of security issues with the Ruby on Rails framework. These issues have been serious. Whilst there is some debate whether this is an isolated Rails issue or if we can expect more frameworks to start seeing these sorts of vulnerabilities discovered this has left me with a niggling… Read more »
In my random trawling through the internet I can across a very worthwhile Indiegogo campaign. It is raising money to help develop the Sonar Project, a GNU/Linux system focusing on accessibility. This is the thing I particularly love about Linux, and the free software movement in general: the fact that you can take a product… Read more »
As the subtitle of this blog indicates, I am a self taught programmer. Like most self taught coders, I suffer from the horrible feeling that I am missing something in my programming education. As such I am continually striving for improvement. But how do you achieve improvement? Where do you start? What do you do?… Read more »