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About the Book
You're a developer who knows nothing to Meteor. Which is fine, except that you need to start coding your next application using Meteor.
Don't worry: I have you covered. I've been training hundreds of developers like you during 15 years, and converted my experience into this book. I know from experience teaching what takes more time to learn in Meteor, and will spend time only where appropriate.
Plus this book is packed with exercises which build up into a full project: you develop a small e-commerce application. You’ll allow users to browse for products, add them to their basket, and you’ll also create a full back-end where the site administrators will be able to list, create, modify, and delete products.
Read this book, and you can code your Meteor application within a week. Or your money back.
Note: this books is based on Meteor 1.3 and is currently being updated to Meteor 1.5.2.
- 1.1 What this book is not
- 1.2 Prerequisites
- 1.3 How to read this book
- 1.4 Tools you need
- 1.5 Source code
2. Why Meteor ?
- 2.1 How I felt in love with Meteor
- 2.2 Why is Meteor so productive?
- 2.3 Where is the catch?
3. Beginning with Meteor
- 3.1 Setting up your development machine
- 3.2 Creating a meteor application
- 3.3 What are those files ?
- 3.4 Meteor is listening to your code
- 3.5 The HTML file
- 3.6 It’s your turn to code: do-it-yourself
- 3.7 Exercise - Create the application
- 3.8 Exercise solution
4. Blaze, Spacebars and reactivity
- 4.1 Spacebars
- 4.2 Where does the data come from?
- 4.3 Helpers
- 4.4 Client and server code
- 4.5 Organizing things
- 4.6 Exercise - Display the current time
- 4.7 Exercise solution
- 4.8 Reactivity
- 4.9 Available blocks
- 4.10 Template events
- 4.11 Data context
5. Managing data from a MongoDB database
- 5.1 What is MongoDB?
- 5.2 Collections
- 5.3 Exercise - Manually create a news collection in MongoDB
- 5.4 Exercise solution
- 5.5 Mongo.Collection
- 5.6 Exercise: Display the news
- 5.7 Exercise solution
- 5.8 Query selectors
- 5.9 Updating data with a Mongo.Collection
- 5.10 Exercise: Enable adding a piece of news
- 5.11 Exercise solution
- 5.12 Exercise: Enable users to delete news
- 5.13 Exercise solution
6. Packages: admin dashboard, navigation, validation, forms generation
- 6.1 What are packages
- 6.2 Searching for and installing packages
- 6.3 Back-office management
- 6.4 Exercise: Create back-office for data management
- 6.5 Exercise solution
- 6.6 Navigation
- 6.7 Exercise: Enable routing and create a layout
- 6.8 Exercise solution
- 6.9 Schemas, validation
- 6.10 Exercise: Create a collection and schema for the products
- 6.11 Exercise solution
- 6.12 CRUD forms generation
- 6.13 Exercise: Create GUI for the user to display and add products with validation
- 6.14 Exercise solution
- 6.15 Bootstrap
- 6.16 Exercise: Add some style to the application
- 6.17 Exercise solution
7. Accounts: user management
- 7.1 Meteor’s account system
- 7.2 Exercise: Secure the products management
- 7.3 Exercise solution
8. Going further
- 8.1 MiniMongo: you don’t even need MongoDB
- 8.2 Exercise: Create and manage a shopping cart
- 8.3 Exercise solution
- 8.4 Getting out of prototyping
- 8.5 Exercise: Remove the autopublish package
- 8.6 Exercise solution
- 8.7 Exercise: Remove the insecure package
- 8.8 Exercise solution
- A word from the author
- The Learn collection
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