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backbone.jsHow can I use Backbone.js in modern web development?

Backbone.js is a popular JavaScript library used in modern web development for creating single-page applications. It provides an MVC (Model-View-Controller) framework for organizing code and separating application logic from the user interface.

Backbone.js is used to create interactive user interfaces that respond to user actions and events. It provides a set of useful functions for manipulating data, such as fetching and saving data from a server.

Example code

var Todo = Backbone.Model.extend({
  defaults: {
    title: '',
    completed: false

var myTodo = new Todo({ title: 'Learn Backbone.js' });

console.log(myTodo.get('title')); // Output: 'Learn Backbone.js'

The code above creates a Backbone.js Model called Todo which has two properties: title and completed. The title property is set to an empty string by default, and the completed property is set to false by default. The code then creates an instance of the Todo model and sets the title property to 'Learn Backbone.js'. The console.log statement then prints the title property to the console.

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