Tag Archives: MeteorJS
In this lyntalen we will get a brief introduction to what Meteor is and look at some of the principles that lie behind this relatively new platform for creating apps. With significantly less code than before can now create modern reactive apps in no time. A language everywhere and isomorfisk code allows code to run on the server and client. We will also look at how to get started with Meteor, understand what an app consists of and how to adopt finished packages with functionality, and finally how deployer an app in the cloud.
Gantt Chart is one of the possible ways of data visualization. Since these charts allow visualizing the workflow in the intuitive way they are widely used in project management software. In this article, I want to cover the process of creation of an online Gantt chart application. There are only two components I’ll use: MeteorJS and dhtmlxGantt. Let’s take a closer look at them.
If you define methods for altering your collections, you get the convenience of not having to define security-issue-prone
If you define these methods on both the client and the server, you get the benefit of Meteor’s latency compensation feature.
First we’re going to create a new Meteor project. Meteor makes it SUPER easy to get an app up and running off the bat. The
meteor create command creates a folder at the current directory with all the basic meteor files. We’re gonna go ahead and
meteor create yelpclone and we should see this screen:
In this snippet, we’re going to look at some common patterns in Meteor rewritten using ES2015. We’ll see that the updates to the language are nothing to worry about and in most cases, we can bring our code up to date pretty quickly.
In this blog post we’ll take a closer look at how you can wire up your existing Meteor application with an external source (in this case a “static” HTML-Page).
The goal at the end of this writing is to have a good understanding on how you can use a DDP-Protocol-Implementation to connect a client with your existing Meteor application.