3 Feb 2013 sness   » (Journeyer)

Dev Addiction - Lab» Blog Archive » Backbone.js Tutorial – VI. Synchronization and persistence

Dev Addiction - Lab» Blog Archive » Backbone.js Tutorial – VI. Synchronization and persistence: "And finally we come to the last topic of the tutorial on Backbone.js, which will work to see the mechanisms of persistence and synchronization with the server that offers the library. In models we saw how we could create, modify and delete models in our application, but never said how we could send that information to the server to store or process it.

As we discuss in this topic, Backbone defines a default behavior that will help us keep the data synchronized between the client and server."

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