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Node/Express/Backbone/Jade/Heroku tutorial update

I’ve completely refactored my NodeJS/Backbone tutorial. The front end code is much cleaner and easier to understand and I’ve removed the server’s reliance on Backbone, which isn’t suitable for server-side use. I’ve buillt a shared client- and server-side validation module; created proper routing, including 302, 404 and 500 responses; rewritten the CSS so it looks pretty and updated the README file to match the dependency and installation instructions. I’ve also included updated package.json and proc files so it’s ready to run on Heroku. Just set up your app, clone the repo from github and push. Oh, and it generates its own documentation using docco. Wow.

It’s quite a lot of stuff for such a tiny application (which does no more than multiply two number together!) but I think it demonstrates many of the features required to build a basic Javascript web app. I’ll be running my department through the client side aspects of it later this month, so I’d really appreciate any feedback in the comments section, below. The source code is available on GitHub and there is also a Heroku demo.

Screenshot of Javascript MVC Lesson 1: Backbone

Javascript MVC Lesson 1: Backbone

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  1. Amazing Post Bro… I Always Love To Read Your Posts… Keep It Up Bro.

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