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Backbone.js plugins: Local.Storage and Backbone.validation

What is Backbone Local.Storage? Backbone Local.Storage is a method which helps frontend developers to store the data locally. When someone starts making a new application and they need to save some data that they added in their project, and still, they do not have any information downloaded from the backend, they can use Local.Storage.
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How to start a startup [infographic]

Wondering how to start a startup? There are few ways. Building it on your own (if you have proper skills), going to the accelerators and outsourcing the development. Check out what do you need to do before applying to accelerator, where are the best incubators & how they work and why is it worth to outsource the MVP development.
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Rails on a diet

More and more apps are being created with an API support. Growing popularity of Angular.js and Backbone.js makes it even more important part of new projects. Why is that? There is a trend to seperate backend from frontend not only in terms of logic but also to split the project into two seperate ones - pure API backend and client-side-only frontend. What's all the fuss about? It is simple - you have a nice and clear API for a javascript webapplication and therefore you do not need to worry about the assets pipeline and other full-stack projects related issues. And you get an API for mobile devices. For free.
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How to find a technical co-founder?

Whether you're building a ONE BILLION startup or a smallish web developement agency, as an entrepreneur you have one tough task: finding a technical co-founder. That's probably one of the most important tasks in early days of your empire *in spe*. I've been there a couple of times and I can only say that choosing the right person will result in peace of your mind and growth of your business. But choosing the wrong one, you may end up with plenty of troubles.
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Marionette: plain object over reqres, commands above all!

A brief introduction to Marionette’s reqres ( request-response ) and commands would be that they are application (or module) level event aggregators that either return a value or cause an action to happen.
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