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  • Taschenbuch: 371 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates; Auflage: 1 (23. Mai 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1449328253
  • ISBN-13: 978-1449328252
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 2,1 x 23,3 cm
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Addy Osmani is a writer, speaker, and a JavaScript developer. He is a member of the jQuery core [Bug Triage/Docs/Learning] teams where helps with bugs, documentation, and developer evangelism. When not working at AOL his personal OS projects include jQuery UI Bootstrap and TodoMVC, which help developers compare JavaScript MVC frameworks. Addy is the author of the popular ebook, Essential JavaScript Design Patterns. His personal blog is http://addyosmani.com/blog/

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Von Oliver Faro am 2. Dezember 2014
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Das Buch stellt ein komplexes Thema verständlich dar. Leider ist es völlig outdated und einige Beispiele funktionieren daher nicht. Eine Kaufempfehlung kann ich nicht aussprechen. Besser man googelt nach Autor und Titel, man findet schnell eine Buchversion samt Code auf github, deren Beispiele tatsächlich funktionieren. Und das völlig kostenfrei :)
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Von Stefan Sopic am 28. Oktober 2014
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Fast delivery, good quality, good book. Especially liked part about testing and coverage of a lot of different testing frame works.
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A tough introduction 4. September 2013
Von Daniel Howard - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I like this book but I don't care much for the layout. It starts with an introduction, crams Backbone.js basics into a single chapter, presents two solid Backbone.js examples and then uses the rest of the book to cover Backbone.js extensions (e.g. Marionette, Thorax, Paginator) and other JavaScript libraries (e.g. RequireJS, jQuery Mobile, Jasmine, QUnit, SinonJS). It's unnerving that 60%+ of the book only has a tenuous connection to Backbone.js. The author probably wrote this book to show how he develops single-page applications and the Backbone.js-focused title was bolted on to help with marketing.

I've been working my way through the code samples. As expected, there are a few places where the code has editing/syntax errors, there are a few places were the code works but it does not do much to improve understanding (and could be improved to make it crystal clear) and there are a few places where Backbone.js has since changed since the book was published. The Backbone.js basics chapter is long but, in several cases, glosses over important topics, especially the Backbone.js REST support. Through trial-and-error and continued reading, I have gotten to understand them but I would have preferred the book to explain them thoroughly and in one place. The Backbone.js basics chapter is tough and tedious to work through and required several attempts. It is tough and tedious because I am actually typing and executing the code and, due to the errors, lack of clarity and Backbone.js changes, I need to spend 1/2 hour to enhance and experiment with the code every 1/3 of a page.

The two Backbone.js chapters with sample applications (a To Do list and a Library) are significantly easier and a bit better than the Backbone.js basics chapter and the Library sample goes into more detail about Backbone.js REST support. Still, the book would have been better if it had done a line-by-line explanation instead of just summarizing and glossing over details. It's a missed opportunity: rather than dissect Backbone.js for all to see and nail down the details once and for all, the book settles for drive-by explanations.

The Marionette and Thorax chapter is written with co-authors. They read like blog posts and are completely disconnected from the previous chapters. The Marionette part is difficult and full of unexplained code but almost understandable. The Thorax part is only 6.5 pages and largely incoherent. This chapter is filler.

I'm not done with the book; I'll try to remember to update my view when and if I finish.

Despite what I've said, I recommend the book because it is helping me to learn Backbone.js.
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Could Be Better 29. April 2014
Von Greg Turner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I come to this book after having read "Single Web Page Applications" and so my expectations were set. Sorry to say they were not met with this book. This book is most definitely not for the beginner in OO-jQuery. There were a lot of things left unexplained. But the thing that bothered me most about this book is that the code examples were not well laid out and so it took some time to figure out what code example went with what chapter. And after I got that figured out, the first two code examples did NOT work out of the box which is very frustrating. I am returning my copy. The author would do well to look at how the code examples are given in the other aforementioned book.
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Good, More Than I Needed 27. März 2014
Von Steven H. Clason - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
The first half of the book was very good. Osmani introduces the reader to the theory behind Backbone.js, then carefull walks through the development of a simple “To Do” application, providing code (error-free!) and discussion of how newly-introduced code parts integrate with what we've already done and what they mean in the Backbone.js environment.

After two courses through the increasingly complex demo application, the book went beyond my level of interest, introducing extensions like Marionette and then covering modularization using Require.js. No doubt those latter parts were as carefully written and reviewed as the first parts, so developers with a deeper interest in the framework shouldn't take my lack of interest as any sort of criticism.

Osmani comes across as good-natured and certainly knows the material. The code samples work, explanations are thorough without any sort of condescension, and the content is well-organized. A developer with some JavaScript experience can pick things up typing through the code samples – I completed my first (small, but non-trivial) Backbone application with little trouble immediately after completing Osmani's first two demos.

I did notice in my first solo project that I had little idea how to implement the “model” part of the MV* (as he calls it) framework. Looking back, I saw that the total utilization of that part of the framework in Osman's first demos totaled a dozen lines of code, mostly setting some defaults. I see that as a shortcoming of the book and is the reason for 4 rather than 5 stars.
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Core material is presented well. But short of good working examples 29. Juli 2013
Von Jahansha - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I was unable to follow the examples in the book. The material is presented very well BUT the examples cannot be re-created. I gave up at chapter3.
I'm just learning JavaScript and Backbone and I'm currently working ... 15. Oktober 2014
Von Dustin Z Sinkey - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm just learning JavaScript and Backbone and I'm currently working through the library example and I can't get it to work. I typed it all out my self and then went and copied an pasted it, but I still can't get it to work. I get and error when ever I try and use the underscore library and I've tried several different version of it, but still get the same error.

I worked through the Todo app and the links were broken for the css and bg.pgn pictures so that was a pain the ass to track down too. I agree that there could be much more of an expatiation to what he's doing each time.
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