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Better Backbone Applications with MarionetteJS by Joseph Zimmerman, Smashing Magazine

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Chapter 4: ItemView

The previous chapter on Marionette’s View was only about the base class that each of Marionette’s usable view classes inherit from. If you’re jumping around between chapters, make sure you read chapter 3 before this chapter, because now we are getting into the meat and potatoes of what Marionette’s views have to offer, and the previous chapter will help you understand this one, along with telling you more about the features available for your views.

In this chapter, we’ll specifically discuss the ItemView. The ItemView is designed to show data from a single model, or just a template without any data. The next chapter is about CollectionView and CompositeView, which — each in their own ways — provide you the means for displaying ...

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