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I'd love to know what others are thinking in this space. This is also pretty good. Angular's style fills in a lot of gaps on the client side that jQuery components did not. However I also see myself duplicating efforts in the views that would be more effortless on the Rails side. This is a side effect of different tools doing different things. One, I've found Backbone to be the least productive of both of the choices I described above. It was a step up for a team with minimal Javascript experience, but once I understood the lay of the land I left it since I didn't really feel it was doing anything for me. Two, Backbone is definitely not what I would call a client side MVC pattern. I'm also looking to see what happens with Flight as that is sort of a beefed up version of the components+events approach I had been taking before. Interestingly none of the MVC frameworks seem to support doing this very well (including Angular which seems best suited to the concept). I had to fork it to make it usable to me. Nike Blue Shorts

api Your template rendering happens in once place instead of two, making it easier to isolate logicObviously it's not worth the trouble if you only have a few models/resources and you are dealing with a very read heavy application. Client side mvc has resulted in speed of development INcreasing and made various parts of application performance better. I described some of the reasons above. For other products, building those decoupled pieces can reduce the complexity quite a bit. One example would be Nike Men's Pants when you are creating a platform, of which a web application is only a single piece. rxcfc 548 days ago link"we did live (email) thread locking and all kinds of crazy stuff" Can you say more about what this entails? iamstef 548 days ago linkplease don't leave us hanging. I need to know what this is. ahoyhere 547 days ago linkOK, Charm was a live interface for handling support threads. New messages would show up when we swept them in from your inbox via POP/IMAP (max lag: 5 min). You'd leave Charm open, messages would appear. If you work in a team, and say your team member Bob opened the message to respond, it would show as locked on your screen, to prevent duplication of effort. If Bob canceled his reply, it'd unlock. If Bob sent his reply, the message would disappear from the queue. rxcfc 547 days ago linkI understand how that would add a bit of overhead, but it doesn't seem all that crazy. Certainly a well architected client app wouldn't have any issue with this. Maybe I'm missing something? shousper 548 days ago linkIt sounds like you really just learnt that client side MVC (in this case) wasn't the right tool for the job after all?I'm sure it still has its place in the world, just maybe not for an app with the complexities built into Charm? . perhaps. ahoyhere 548 days ago linkYes, I believe you just summed up the blog post in question, only without the supportive details. :)

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It's great for basic navigation but not so easy for anything more. Perhaps we just tried to do too much with it, but in the end we were able to get it to work for our needs. That said our app was very read heavy and content driven so it made sense. I'm arguably no expert though. akoumjian 548 days ago linkIt's not a silver bullet, it's a method to keep your sanity. What often happens is you start with a traditional server rendered web application. One by one, each view starts accumulating async, non event based cruft. Other great benefits can include: JSON API leaves you primed and ready to build native mobile apps or 3rd party integration Your js developers don't have to wait for backend devs to modify half complete ajax views if Nike Sweater Blue And White

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