Testing Out Embedding Of JSFiddle

This is mostly just a test to see if I can get a JSFiddle embedded into my blog post.

The fiddle is a small backbone app that I’ve been playing with, to try out some different architectural ideas. It’s nothing really impressive from a functional perspective.

I think the code is quite nice, though. I’m especially fond of the way I set up an AppView to control the transitions between views, when routing between the list, add and edit.

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  • The embedded JSFiddle works quite nicely. Its crazy what you can do these days

    • no doubt! i saw this over at brandon satrom’s blog earlier today and was blown away… immediately had to jump on this bandwagon. 

      this is going to make my backbone blog posts soooo much better – interactive demonstration in a blog post, FTW! :D

      • Yeah definately… I don’t like it for development but sharing code makes for a solid win. I will have to use it on my blog as well.

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  • Marcus Swope

    Doesn’t show up in Google Reader, but I don’t know that you could really expect it to…

    • hmm… ya… it’s an so i guess i’m not surprised. i should probably put a link to the fiddle in posts that have one, so people using a reader can still go see it. thanks for the note marcus!

      • Na

        Works on dolphin browser on my droid! Nice!

  • JSFiddle embedding FTW!

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