Everyone knows how big of a headache it is to write heavy JS applications – even in BackboneJS. The codebase tends to span across thousands of lines, with no modularity whatsoever.
Backbone-AMD is the solution. But bootstrapping a Backbone-AMD compliant app is no easy task … until now : )
I just released an open source Backbone-AMD Boilerplate – feel free to fork, pull, suggest, … and share !
UPDATE : After the Google IO’13 started, the experiment has been moved to a new home : https://developers.google.com/events/io/experiment
If you just want the GoogleIO’13 easter eggs codes, jump directly to the bottom if this post. If you’re interested in how I got’em all, read along.
So, the main codebase is located in the /js/app.min.js of the site. But it’s compiled and pretty much unreadable. Luckily, I have Sight, a Chrome extension that indents/prettifies the code. But still, it’s still not readable.
I had to browse through the code to find some telltale signs, and what do you know, I find this : Continue reading “All the GoogleIO easter eggs (and how did I get them).” »