Backbone.Marionette is a great framework built on top of Backbone. It takes a lot of the most common use cases of Backbone and hides that work for you, making your job much easier. For more advanced Backbone courses, go to http://enva.to/tutsbackbone
Building of the simple marionette.js application
Learn how to create a blogroll app using BackboneJS. In this video, we talk about how to use models and collections. Github source code: This part (clientside) - https://github.com/michaelcheng429/backbone_tutorial_blogroll_app/tree/part1-clientside-code Finished code (serverside) - https://github.com/michaelcheng429/backbone_tutorial_blogroll_app Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLX2HoWE32I8OCnumQmc9lcjnHIjAamIy6
Jeremy Fairbank http://www.nodevember.org/speakers/jeremy-fairbank
Update: Make sure you use the versions of the libraries I use in the video, this is probably the source of any of your problems. (jQuery@1.8.2/Underscore@1.4.2/Backbone@0.9.2) Update: New API url is http://backbone-beginner.tutorial.com/users Hi guys, we will be building the example below from start to finish. http://backbonetutorials.com/videos/beginner/ Taking all the content from the website, I've put together a 70 minute video which should get you up to speed with how everything pieces together. In the video we go through the steps from start to finish on how to construct the app linked below. We implement the entire code on a single page so you can easily see what is going on and there is also a simple RESTful api provided for us to work with. The video uses diagrams to try explain the process and the accompanying README and be found in the repository. https://github.com/thomasdavis/backbonetutorials/blob/gh-pages/videos/beginner/README.md My Github: http://github.com/thomasdavis My Homepage: http://thomasdav.is
http://www.backbonerails.com Episode 03: We'll rebuild the same Backbone JS feature using Marionette JS. We'll dive into detail about what functionality Marionette offers. You'll see boilerplate removed, zombies purged, and views automated with just a few lines of code. For more on the series including code screencasts working with Marionette JS, and Ruby on Rails, please watch the additional episodes, or visit http://www.backbonerails.com for the remaining series.