Robert Mosolgo

To my knowledge, batman.js is not maintained. For that reason, I don't suggest that you use it for a new project!

Introducing the Batman.js MVC Cookbook

The “Batman.js MVC Cookbook” is a collection of annotated code snippets for getting things done with batman.js.

When I heard that Michael Hartl (of Rails Tutorial fame) was releasing a web publishing platform, I was itching to try it out. I thought a glorified FAQ would be a great way to get the feel for it, and the result is now online as the “Batman.js MVC Cookbook”.

The “book” is really just a collection of common patterns and best practices in batman.js applications, taken from my own experience. I hope that others will contribute by adding “recipes” or requesting new ones, so I put the book’s source code on Github.

It’s not quite a batman.js tutorial, although I’m really enjoying Softcover, so maybe I’ll get one up there soon. It would be a good opportunity to take the batman.js Firebase bindings for a spin, too!