Submitted by Akshay Murthy (@akshaysmurthy) on Thursday, 9 January 2014
Section: Full talk Technical level: Beginner Status: Rejected
This talk is aimed at introducing beginners to some common ways of writing maintainable and modular JS when not using a front end framework.
In the talk, I would take this example to go about showing
- how simple object orientation can help in reducing code duplication
- namespacing objects and functionality for encapsulation
- better namespacing jQuery selectors as done in popular frameworks
I am a Product Developer at Multunus Software with about 2 years of experience. My work has primarily revolved around Ruby on Rails and Backbone.js.