Friday Hacks Talk 2nd Mar - Building responsive frontends with Backbone.js
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We’re back from the Semester Break with 2 talks this Friday Hacks :)
- Location: Seminar Room 2, UTown ERC Level 2 - Free pizza and mingling @ 6pm - General hacking commences after talk - you’re free to work on homework or personal projects, or ask for assistance from fellow programmers in attendance.
Do let us know if you are coming so that we can prepare enough food and space for everyone: //bit.ly/wEaPZn For map, more details, as well as guidelines on giving a talk on Friday Hacks, see //nushackers.org/
Restore your sanity by giving your webapp a backbone to rest on with backbone.js (ohhh the puns, if you see them), a small 600-loc library that provides a basic model/view/router foundation to build upon. I’ll be giving a quick walk-through of most of these features.
Divyanshu Arora is a CS undergrad at NUS. He likes to wast-AHEM-spend his time working on random projects. He recently returned from NOC Israel, and is also one of the organizers for this year’s Startup Roots Singapore fellowship programme.
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