How to get a Backbone Model attribute after fetch?

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asked Mar 9, 2016 by Zitzelb (370 points)
But what if I want to use data out of success.

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answered May 29, 2016 by andInes (460 points)
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There is no command in git that will do this for you automatically
Take a look at I believe it does what you looking for
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answered Apr 26, 2016 by pna2234To (400 points)

Workflow is simplified when business logic is taken care of by models. Fat models and skinny controllers are the way to go.
And now onto binding to models and collections. Mostly I have followed this tutorial Getting Started with Backbone.js - Envato Tuts+ Code Tutorial but to no avail
commented Apr 27, 2016 by Nf_527_use (380 points)
Backbone ships with a minimal templating solution courtesy of Underscore
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answered May 8, 2016 by In_2816 (240 points)

Inserting the rendering result into el attribute.
Creates models from a JSON array.
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answered May 29, 2016 by montuoro (680 points)
More in this video Level up in Backbone.js, a powerful JavaScript MVC framework
Most people have this enabled for obvious reasons
commented May 29, 2016 by vz8507Good (180 points)
I have this problem sometimes with eclipse. Going to check if i can call it from the parent
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answered May 29, 2016 by answer (150 points)
commented May 29, 2016 by ordeneaux (440 points)
This solved my issue

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