What is the best way to implement back functionality in SPA with Backbone Router?

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asked Mar 13, 2016 by Blow_8257 (590 points)
Today is 2015 year and I'm again looking for best practices to implement back functionality in my Backbone SPA application. I've found lot of questions around this one but all of them very old.

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answered May 31, 2016 by gjb5729Someo (490 points)
selected Jun 2, 2016 by Cremona
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See to learn about SPA.
It's not good example for SPA and it's not good to call it SPA as well. Realy hard to c where the SPA is applied here.
Check this out for more details A Beginner's Guide for Creating Single Page Applications using Backbone.js and Marionette.js - CodeProject
commented Jun 1, 2016 by Factory (610 points)
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commented Jun 2, 2016 by Cremona (100 points)
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answered Apr 7, 2016 by xab_5050 (330 points)

Basic implementation is to prefix file names with hash computed on file contents.
View managerSPA application typical threat is memory leaks.
Fortunately RequireJS has CommonJS style implementation.
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answered May 31, 2016 by grustas (240 points)

But which one is best for you.
Have you ever compared an SPA to a regular web app on a mobile connection.
Most web developers have been tempted more than once to try their hand at SPAs.
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answered May 31, 2016 by RustyIrick (530 points)
Interesting example here http://www.sitepoint.com/implementing-authentication-angular-applications/ it exactly what you need
From here you can run your previously saved package

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