Replicate Complex Interaction

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    In this lesson, we're going to continue working
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    on our simple, front-end blog application.
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    In particular, we're going to take a look at how to build out
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    and replicate a couple of front-end pieces
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    we may normally take for granted,
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    that we have to implement on our own
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    with this new decoupled approach.
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    By the end of this video, we will have built a pager
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    for our blog post listing.
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    We'll talk a bit about what makes our blog
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    Nessa lição, iremos continuar trabalhando
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    na nossa simples aplicação front-end de blog.
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    Em especial, iremos dar uma olhada em como construir
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    e repetir algumas partes de front-end
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    que talvez normalmente deixamos passar despercebidas,
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    que temos que implementar por conta própria
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    com essa nova abordagem dissociada.
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    No final desse vídeo, teremos construído um paginador
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    para nossa listagem de posts de blog.
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    Iremos falar um pouco sobre o que faz nosso blog
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Replicate Complex Interaction

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Building a traditionally "coupled" Drupal site provides us with a lot of functionality we've so far taken for granted when building our simple blog.

This lesson attempts to remedy some of that by: building a functional pager and a post archive.

We'll also make our blog into an actual Single Page Application (or SPA) by using the client-side router provided by Backbone.js

Self-check challenge: Add a form with select list elements that filter posts (instead of relying on the sidebar links).

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