No Big Deal, Just Saying
nbd.js is not Yet Another MVC Framework in that it does not seek to be the end-all of client-side MVC/MVVM/MVP/MVW/etc needs. You can use it as a standalone MVC framework, or in conjunction with any other frameworks. Use as much or as little of nbd.js as you like, because it is designed to provide modular functionality.
bower install --save nbd
npm install --save nbd
If you don't use any package management, you can always check out nbd.js as a git submodule. From the root of your own project's git repository:
git submodule add https://github.com/behance/nbd.js.git path/to/modules/nbd
If your project doesn't make use of a module loader, no big deal. Packaged
versions of the library live under
All documentation are under the
docs/ subdirectory as markdown files
nbd.js is authored with minimal assumptions of the environment it runs under. However, it does expect an ES5 conformant engine, in ES5 Strict Mode. Compatibility with older runtimes is expected to be provided by a polyfill like es5-shim.