RubySource: Loccasions: Going Client-Side with Leaflet, Backbone, and Jasmine

Glenn Goodrich
Ruby Editor

We’ve finally arrived at the moment of the map. For the last several articles in the Loccasions series , I have promised things like “in the next post we will deal with the map” and “I will lower taxes,” and I have not delivered. In this post, I will fulfill at least one of those promises. Adding the map to this application is almost completely a client-side proposition.

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Loccasions: Going Client-Side with Leaflet, Backbone, and Jasmine

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