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Modular Javascript #2 - Converting jQuery to an Object Literal Module

22 Jul 2015 | about 4 years ago

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In this video, we'll convert plain jQuery code to an object literal module. It will still use jQuery, but the pattern will be much cleaner and easier to maintain.

Missed video #1? http://uvideoplay.com/video/_SGtGbE03M0ctaGs.html

Source code for this video:
http://codepen.io/anon/pen/OVZpqO?editors=101

Web developers often don't see the value of changing the way they write javascript code - this is often due to the fact that they have never had to code a large application. Code that doesn't look messy at first gets VERY messy when you need a lot of code doing a lot of things.

This video will show how to take that messy jQuery code and clean it up into a self-encapsulated module that is easy to work with.

Modular JS #1 - Object Literal Pattern pt 1:
http://uvideoplay.com/video/_SGtGbE03M0ctaGs.html

Modular JS #2 - Object Literal Pattern pt 2:
http://uvideoplay.com/video/_bS1OWXlzdF90aVk.html

Modular JS #3 - Revealing Module Pattern:
http://uvideoplay.com/video/_cE9md3A2VmxubE0.html

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