Meteor in Action

Meteor in Action


Summary

Meteor in Action teaches you full-stack internet improvement utilizing the Meteor platform. It begins with an summary of a Meteor program, revealing the original nature of Meteor's end-to-end program version. Then you are going to dive into the Blaze templating engine, detect Meteor's reactive info resources version, research basic and complicated routing strategies, and perform dealing with clients, permissions, and roles.

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About the Book

You may possibly name Meteor a reactive, isomorphic, full-stack net improvement framework. Or, like so much builders who've attempted it, you could simply name it striking. Meteor is a JavaScript-based framework for either purchaser and server net and cellular purposes. Meteor functions react to adjustments in information immediately, so that you get impossibly responsive consumer reports, and the constant construct approach, unified entrance- and back-end package deal approach, and one-command deploys prevent time at each step from layout to release.

Meteor in Action teaches you full-stack net improvement with Meteor. It starts off through revealing the original nature of Meteo's end-to-end software version. via real-world situations, you are going to dive into the Blaze templating engine, become aware of Meteor's reactive info resources version, study routing ideas, and perform coping with clients, permissions, and roles. eventually, you will the best way to install Meteor in your server and scale efficiently.

What's Inside

  • Building your first real-time application
  • Using MongoDB and different reactive information sources
  • Creating purposes with Iron Router
  • Deploying and scaling your applications

About the Reader

Readers want to know the fundamentals of JavaScript and comprehend basic net software design.

About the Authors

Stephan Hochhaus and Manuel Schoebel are veteran internet builders who've labored with Meteor considering the fact that its infancy.

Table of Contents

    PART 1 LOOK—A taking pictures STAR!
  1. A greater approach to construct apps
  2. My refrigerator! A reactive game
    PART 2 three, 2, 1—IMPACT!
  3. Working with templates
  4. Working with data
  5. Fully reactive editing
  6. Users, authentications, and permissions
  7. Exchanging data
  8. Routing utilizing Iron.Router
  9. The package deal system
  10. Advanced server methods
  11. PART three LEAVING THE CRATER
  12. Building and debugging
  13. Going into production

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