A YouTube watcher of my channel regarding my Basics of Require JS Part 1 writes:
… main.js is a concatenated and minified version of all the js. Just wondering why do you still need requirejs if you concatenate and minify your js in a single file [via r.js].
Is there an advantage of using requirejs in this instance? Or can you just straight target main.js?
Continue reading “Why Multiple Files Using RequireJS vs. 1 Big One”
Backbone in particular has some longevity amongst the many frameworks available and has been used in some high profile applications (notably Pivotal Tracker). Since I’ve recently been fixing a web application project with a varied history, I’m diving head first into Backbone, and taking a break from diving into Angular.
Continue reading “Backbone.js for Flash and Flex Developers”