In the introduction, the library’s author mentions something about “a composite application architecture”. This composite architecture refers to two different things:
•Application components built in a hierarchical module structure.
•Hierarchical view structures through nested (sub)views.
This chapter will discuss the root piece of that first point: the
Application object. We won’t be going into details about how to add subcomponents to your applications until the next chapter, when we talk about modules, but we’ll learn just about everything else there is to know about
Most of the time, when someone creates a Backbone application, they make a central object that everything is attached ...