Tag Archives: Meteor

MeteorJs : How to use meteor Js + Neo4J database ?


Install Neo4j : $ brew install neo4j Start the Neo4j in your machine : $ neo4j start Go to console and configure your user : Open this link : http://localhost:7474/ You will see this : The default user and password is neo4j. After put this informations you need change your password . Now you have the Neo4j database […]

http://dev4devs.com/2015/08/23/meteorjs-how-to-use-meteor-js-neo4j-database/

MongoDB: How to do any consult with dates ?


First you need save in date format in your MongoDB. Example: var dtStart = new Date(moment(dts).format(“MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM”)); var dtEnd = new Date(moment(dte).format(“MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM”)); var period = { dt_start:dtStart, dt_end:dtEnd }; Use ‘mydate’:{$gte:dtStart,$lte:dtEnd}} Example : return Events.find({places: { $exists: true },places:{$in:idPlaces},category:category,’sessions.dt_start’: { $exists: true },’sessions.dt_start’:{$gte:dtStart,$lte:dtEnd}},{sort:{createdAt: -1}});

http://dev4devs.com/2015/07/29/mongodb-how-to-do-any-consult-with-dates/

Add i18n to your application


via Add i18n to your application – Just Meteor.

In this blog post we want to talk about internationalization.

Internationalization (i18n) is a very important step to open up your application to a broader audience.
I always start a Meteor application with support for other languages right away because it’s “nearly no extra effort” and makes it easier to support other languages (I always start with German and English) later on.

There are different strategies how you can handle internationalization with Meteor. In this post we’ll focus on an easy implementation which checks the users browser-Locale to determine in which language your application should be delivered.

Let’s start!

Unit testing Meteor applications with Velocity, Jasmine and SinonJS


via Unit testing Meteor applications with Velocity.

In my previous tutorial I explained some of the basic features of Meteor, a full stack JavaScript platform. In this tutorial I will go more in depth about testing a Meteor application, by testing the chat application we wrote in the previous tutorial.
In this first part I’ll show you how to unit test your Meteor application using the Velocity platform.

Meteor in Action


via Meteor in Action · GitHub.

Official Repo for the Manning publication Meteor in Action

Video: Meteor Famous Views


RUN METEOR APPS ANYWHERE WITH DEMETEORIZER


via Run Meteor Apps Anywhere with Demeteorizer.

Meteor is an ambitious project that aims to reduce the amount of time it takes to write and deploy high-quality apps. I would compare it to Rails if I weren’t afraid of the response I would get to saying something like that, so let’s just call it a set of tools and a JavaScript framework.

At its core, Meteor apps sit on top of Node.js, which means we should technically be able to run a Meteor app anywhere Node will run. This is mostly true by using Meteor’s built-in “bundle” command, however it doesn’t produce something that’s extremely portable. This is why we created Demeteorizer.

Demeteorizer wraps and extends Meteor’s bundle command by creating something that more closely resembles a standard looking Node.js application, complete with a package.json file for dependency management.