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The bindings simply extend the Collection object and override certain methods on it (add, remove, etc.) to do the corresponding Firebase operations.

We did run into a few relatively minor issues; for example when doing a smart update to a collection, Backbone seems to trigger a remove event immediately followed by an add event for a model that hasn't changed.

We still have more work to do with the bindings (we don't have a Firebase.Model object for instance), but I don't expect any major roadblocks. All in all, piece of cake!




    > All in all, piece of cake!
Glad to hear it!

    > when doing a smart update to a collection, Backbone seems 
    > to trigger a remove event immediately followed by an add 
    > event for a model that hasn't changed.
That certainly doesn't sound right -- if you've got something reproducible there, I'd encourage you to open a ticket.

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