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Single Page Web Applications: JavaScript end-to-end by Michael S. Mikowski and Josh C. Powell

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Chapter 4. Add feature modules

This chapter covers
  • Defining feature modules and how they fit into our architecture
  • Comparing feature modules and third-party modules
  • Explaining the fractal MVC design pattern and its role in our architecture
  • Setting up files and directories for feature modules
  • Defining and implementing the feature module APIs
  • Implementing commonly needed feature module capabilities

Before you begin, you should have completed chapters 13 of this book. You should also have the project files from chapter 3 as we’ll be building on them. We recommend you copy all the files and the whole directory structure you created in chapter 3 into a new “chapter_4” directory so you may update them there.

A feature module ...

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