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Secrets of javascript Ninja - MVC learning

Nakataa Kokuyo
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Hey John and Bear,

would this book cover MVC approach for javascript as well? nowsaday javascript development seem following the trend of backend framework approach, and i see more and more work need to do in order to achieve a simple task/goal.

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Bear Bibeault
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No, we don't focus on frameworks in the book, but on pure JavaScript. This is knowledge that you should have to make use of any frameworks much more effective.

See Backbone.js for an MVC framework for JavaScript.


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