A simple Starter approach to show the readers how to develop a real-time web application using Meteor, with the help of a sample project. Reference book and methodology guide for sourcing food and water in times of disaster or emergency. Style and approach This book is a practical guide that teaches you different ways to create custom packages, efficient client and server code, and more using Meteor. The first module takes you from the installation of Meteor to building a fully working web blog including back end to create and edit posts. The cookbook covers all the major areas of Meteor development, including lesser-known and undocumented features too. With updated screenshots and code, this second edition will show you exactly why Meteor is the choice for rapid, elegant application development.
It gives the impression that it is all about quick and dirty prototyping. This Learning Path combines some of the best that Packt has to offer in one complete, curated package. On the minus side, I found far too much of the book concerned with integrating Meteor with other packages, without enough focus on the basics e. I wanted to like it better than I did. It assumes they already understand the basics of how a web server works and how basic networking works. The second module is a cookbook that starts with simple recipes designed for quick reference, and culminating advanced recipes that walk you through building and deploying a complete application. Style and approach The book is a practical handbook on how to build an e-commerce web app using Meteor.
About the Book You might call Meteor a reactive, isomorphic, full-stack web development framework. Then you'll dive into the Blaze templating engine, discover Meteor's reactive data sources model, learn simple and advanced routing techniques, and practice managing users, permissions, and roles. We'll begin by installing Meteor, configuring the development environment and building a baseline application, allowing us to quickly and easily create a fully functional application. Throughout the module, you will put your skills into practice and build an online shop from scratch. A better way to build apps My fridge! Some of the kid-friendly meals and snacks include: Magic Baked Apples, Yankee Noodle Casserole, Vegetable Pudding, Mexiquinoa Salad, Sweet Potato Chips, Vegetarian Chili, Whole Wheat Spaghetti, and Split Pea Soup. Each module is a mini course in its own right, taking your knowledge to a new level as you progress. You will also learn how to deploy and scale your application, two crucial aspects of modern development and vital in a changing digital environment with users expecting a product and experience that delivers.
Style and Approach This book takes an easy-to-follow project-based approach. If you are looking for book full of examples to learn how to do most of the things in Meteor, this is a great book. Every topic ties into the webapp to easily illustrate the concepts that you are learning about. Many of the simple recipes can easily be followed by less-experienced developers, while some of the advanced recipes will require extensive knowledge of existing web, mobile, and server technologies. Meteor gives you the tools you need to build better apps faster. Meteor in Action teaches you full-stack web development with Meteor.
Each project starts with the goal of what you will learn and an overview the technologies used. This course follows a learning path divided into three modules. The book is an absolute cookbook to learn Meteor recipes. By the end of the book, you will have built a feature-rich online shop. I had mixed feelings about this book. Throughout the module, you will put your skills into practice and build an online shop from scratch.