Backbone.js: Getting Started

Backbone.js is a JavaScript library that provides models with key-value bindings and custom events, views with declarative event handling, and collections with an abundant API of enumerable functions. Currently, Backbone.js has over 25,000 stars on GitHub. Backbone.js gives your web applications structure. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to build a web application with Backbone.js and. Check out the repo to get the code.
Backbone.js is a JavaScript library, built by Jeremy Ashkenas and maintained by a team of contributors. It is an open source component of DocumentCloud. It was initially released in 2010. Since then, it has undergone tremendous growth and adoption in the developer community. Over the past 2 years, the use of Backbone has declined due to new libraries and frameworks like Reac.js, Vue.js, and Angular. The latest stable release is 1.3.3 and it was tagged on April 5, 2016. Actively used open source projects and libraries tag releases very often, which signifies growth. However, BackboneJS has been stagnant for over a year now!

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