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|Initial release||October 13, 2010|
1.3.3 / April 5, 2016
|Size||7.5 KB production
72 KB development
When handling the DOM Backbone.js adopts an imperative programming style, in contrast with a declarative programming style (common in Angular.js using data-attributes). "Backbone should continue to be a tool that gives you the freedom to design the full experience of your web application." 
Trying to provide "the minimal set of data-structuring (models and collections) and user interface (views and URLs)" , leaves to the developer the choice of extensions for enhanced functionality:
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The following web applications are built with Backbone.js:
- 500px Web
- Drupal 8
- Groupon Now
- LinkedIn Mobile
- Openbravo Mobile (with Enyo).
- Pandora Radio
- Sony Entertainment Network
- The Climate Corporation
- USA Today.com
- xTuple (with Enyo).
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- John Paul Titlow (22 July 2013). "Inside The Tech Stack Digg Used To Replace Google Reader". Co.Labs.
- "Backbone.js and Underscore.js are bundled into Drupal 8".
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