I've got the following JSON provided from a server. With this, I want to create a model with a nested model. I am unsure of which is the way to achieve this.   //json [{     name : "example",     layout : {         x : 100,         y : 10...
My models already have a defaults hash. When parts of the view/page are reset, I wish to reset the models back to their original defaults.  Currently, I explicitly set each attribute to its default value. Is there anything built in or a JavaScript/Un...
I bind on the change event of my backbone models like this.  this.model.on( "change", this.render, this );   Sometimes I want to fetch the latest version of the model and forcibly render the view.  So I do this  this.model.fetch();   Unfortun...
Here's the goal: I have a parent model. It is in a collection called parents. In a parent is a collection of children. So, when I instantiate the parents collection, I get the parent models, each with the collection of children in them.  I've...
tl;dr  How to use backbone.stickit with a html form to change an existing model fetched from the server and only PATCH the changed attributes (changed by user input within the html form) to the server?  /tl;dr  I'm using backbone.stickit in a bac...
I have a simple question about Backbone.js' get and set functions.  1) With the code below, how can I 'get' or 'set' obj1.myAttribute1 directly?  Another question:  2) In the Model, aside from the defaults object, where can/should...
I have an object that's also saved in the server and I'm creating a Backbone model from that object.   But when I save the model, it's doing a PUT request, which is not what I want. How to tell Backbone that the data is already in the ser...
How to prevent parse function for model in collection fetching?      $(function() {     var Task = Backbone.Model.extend({         url : function() {                 return this.urlRoot + this.id;         },         urlRoot: 'index.php?c=light&am...
Here is what I am trying to understand.  Often times I find myself writing backbone like this:  var CallModel = Backbone.Model.extend({ });  var CallsCollection = Backbone.Collection.extend({     model: CallModel,     url: 'url/to/external/json&#...
When developing Backbone applications, I often find myself instantiating models in views when dealing with nested data. Here's some example data:  {   name: Alfred,   age 27,   skills: [     {       name: 'Web development',       level: &...

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