backbone-clickdebounce

Debounce multiple clicks for Backbone.Views

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Debounce multiple clicks for Backbone.Views.

When to use?

In case you need prevent double (multiple) clicks on view or modals, typically once that perform save or update operations. It applies _.debounce() function for all clicks in view. More information about click debouncing is here.

How to use?

Apply the Backbone.ClickDebounce decorator to your view.

    var View = Backbone.ClickDebounce(Backbone.View.extend({
        initialize: function () {

        },

        events: {
            'click .click-me': 'onClick'
        },

        onClick: function () {
        },

        render: function () {
            return this;
        }
    }));

De-bounced view will prevent clicking during the wait period. By default, wait period is 1 sec.

Versions / Changes

v.0.0.1, 17 Feb 2013

  • Initial version implemented

Legal Info (MIT License)

Copyright (c) 2012 Alexander Beletsky

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