Implementation of “Backbone.js” in Rails 3.X

Introduction Build snappier, more interactive apps with cleaner code and better tests in less time. Backbone.js is a great way to organize client Javascript code into MVC (model, view, controller) pattern that Rails server application uses. Just like in Rails, It use models to represent data, views to render the data, and controllers to coordinate […]

Model Relationship in “rails-backbone”

Introduction Backbone-associations provides a way of specifying one to one and one to many relationships between Backbone models. Additionally, parent model instances (and objects extended from Backbone.Events) can listen in to CRUD events on any children – in the object graph – by providing an appropriately qualified even on deeply nested object graphs – and […]