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A common problem with web applications is that sorting results are inconsistent between the front-end and back-end because the browser and server collation tables differ. These differences force a developer to do all sorting either in the front-end or back-end, which is not very good solution. An application should not have to pay a penalty of a network call just to sort and the server should not get pinged for every sort either. A developer should have the ability to select the best solution for a given problem.

This is the final installment of a four part series on modularizing the Backbone.js Todos application using Require.js. It examines porting the application to the Pokki platform.