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Heisenberg.js - A Project Base For Building Modern JavaScript Applications

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Heisenberg.js - A Project Base For Building Modern JavaScript Applications

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Heisenberg. js is a boilerplate for building JavaScript applications based on the Mediator Pattern. It helps you structure your JavaScript code and allows you to use the Mediator Pattern to develop JavaScript applications.

Unlike Backbone.js, which is based on the MVC pattern, the Mediator pattern of Heisenberg.js consists of a set of objects which communicate by emitting event signals to which objects can register interest in and act accordingly.

Heisenberg.js aims to be a solution which sit between unstructured jQuery code and fully-fledged Backbone.js applications.

Heisenberg.js comes with a built-in templating engine – Handlebars.js, which can be changed for any other one of your choice. It includes jQuery and Underscore.js as well.

It has a fully documented source code if you are interested into going deeper in your understanding of how Heisenberg.js works.

Requirements: None
Demo:http:/ / benhowdle. im/ heisenberg/
License: MIT License



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