A very simple example of currying and partial applied functions
How to sort an array of objects by one of the object's properties
If you intend to throw an error if an object is not an instanof some class, be careful of this mistake that's easy to make.
And a useful helper for populating select boxes.
Here are 3 different ways of using Handlebars templates with Backbone and RequireJS
This can be a little tricky, hopefully this post will save you some time.
Here's something to watch out for in your code.
I stumbled into this really great course on using the Chrome developer tools. Here are my notes...
I bumped into this when I was working on a prototype, and discovered that there's a very easy solution...
I learned a few lessons about getting Google Maps to work with RequireJS, and I learned a few things about paths in Requre.js.
Some notest on backbone's listenTo() method
I've been playing with the pub/sub pattern.
I've been playing with Backbone.js and I discovered a templating tool called dust.js that looks really promising (these notes are not coherent , yet)
Self reminders for using YUI Doc
I stumbled into this when using Google Maps, you can override object values in the output of JSON.stringify().
A quick reminder about how JSONP works.
While forEach() alters the array that it's called on, map() returns a new array.
Remember that the scope of 'this' will be global when your callback function runs in setTimeout(), setInterval(). or requestAnimationFrame().