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A big congratulations to the lucky 50 who won themselves a copy of one of the latest additions to the Developer Press family – ‘MVC Applies to JavaScript’.

Competition was tough as this was our most popular giveaway to date! We were inundated with entries, which goes to show what a popular topic JavaScript is… and rightly so!

But have no fear if you didn’t manage to enter the competition or weren’t lucky enough to win! ‘MVC Applies to JavaScript’ is only $1.99! “That’s crazy!” I hear you say… yes, yes it is. For less than the price of a cup of coffee you can get your hands on the latest, up-to-date technical knowledge regarding MVC.

Want a short summary of the book to see what you would be getting for less than $2? Well here you go:Backbone.js and JavaScript.

mvc_0“The MVC pattern is a common pattern used in development and it can also apply to JavaScript development. This book presents a pragmatic approach on how you can develop a full application using this pattern. Real code is possibly the best way to explain the advantages of using a design pattern and this book shows a comparison of the code needed to build a sample application adopting and not adopting MVC. Backbone.js, one of the most popular MVC/MV* frameworks, it is also brought as term of comparison. The sample application mentioned previously is built using Backbone.js to show how the use of a framework can help and speed up your development process. Client-side applications are becoming larger and larger and having a pattern to use as a guideline can definitely be very advantageous for producing maintainable and scalable applications.”

To get your hands on it just head over to Developer Press. Sebastiano Armeli-Battana’s ebook is available via Amazon/iBooks.

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One comment on “JavaScript

  1. SutoCom
    February 18, 2013

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