Rails/Backbone.js practices  

A recent post that discusses a couple of Rails and Backbone.js practices I’ve incorporated into Kicksend.

  • Avoid to_json
  • Action cache
  • Keep the UI responsive
  • Modularize
  • Have a single representation of each resource
  • Use a view manager

Check it out.

 
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