How to use Backbone.js to submit a Rails generated form

The original video comes from Andrew blog http://andrew

gertig.com/2011/05/rails-backbone-js-example-screencast/

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The original video comes from Andrew blog http://andrewgertig.com/2011/05/rails-backbone-js-example-screencast/
“The repo for the backbone-demo app I created for the screencast is on github. [UPDATE: I have created a gem called backbonejs-rails that will create the needed JavaScript files and add the initializer/backbone.rb file to your app.]”
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