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Elijah Manor – Using Underscore.js to Solve Common Problems

November 3, 2012
Elijah Manor – Using Underscore.js to Solve Common Problems

Recorded August 9, 2012 at the Nashville .NET User Group (nashdotnet.org). Underscore.js is a very powerful JavaScript library that provides a suite of utility methods useful for many front-end development projects. It works nicely along-side jQuery, Backbone.js, and many other libraries. Instead of just going through the API we will target 5 common problems that front-end developers encounter and show how we can use Underscore.js to easily tackle them. Once you see the value of this little library you might find yourself adding it to every new project going forward.

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