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Backbone.js And PhoneGap Sample App

02.07.2012
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Fellow Adobe evangelist Christophe Coenraets recently posted a three part article on building a CRUD application using HTML and the Backbone.js framework. He has now followed it up with a post on building a mobile app using Backbone.js And PhoneGap.

In this version, the application gets the data from RESTful services hosted on my server. In my next post, I will provide another version of the application that gets the data using a local database on your device.  --Christophe Conraets


Download the code

You can find the source code for Christophe's application at the backbone-cellar GitHub repository or you can download the zip file here.  Also, he provided project files for Android and iOS:


The core application is in www directory and it is the same code for both iOS and Android.


Source:  http://forta.com/blog/index.cfm/2012/2/6/Christophe-Coenraets-On-Backbonejs-And-PhoneGap
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