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Developing Single Page Web Apps with Backbone.js

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Developing Single Page Web Apps with Backbone.js
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Publisher: SupportBee

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Contents: The Single Page Mindset; Introduction to Backbone.js; Setting up our new application; Building the Tickets Listing Screen; Building the Ticket View; Posting Data to the Server: The New Reply View; Breaking up the TicketList View into Subviews; Giving Each Screen a Bookmarkable URL; Managing Screen Transitions Better; etc.

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