A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will benefit End Hunger Network, bringing Americans together to end hunger in the United States by 2015. I certainly understand Meteor far better than I did before beginning the book not hard to do. Meteor in Action teaches you full-stack web development with Meteor. This book is packed with perfect examples and explanations to help you understand the concepts. Chockfull of personal stories and information that will charm children and adults alike, The Supernatural Kids Cookbook by Los Angeles—based author, epicurean, and healer Nancy Mehagian coaxes budding chefs on a path to culinary exploration and inspiration. You then learn how to map real-world data and optimize the data's publishers to output data with the least amount of work done by the server with some subscribe and publish patterns. Throughout the module, you will put your skills into practice and build an online shop from scratch.
Perhaps if I had read a different Meteor book before reading this one, I would have appreciated more the specific things it brought forward. Learn about food groups, basic prep, kitchen equipment, and how to make snacks and healthy meals the whole family will enjoy. Imagine a natural, catastrophic, disaster has occurred; that giant tsunami or mega-meteor strike sometimes talked about. The culinary landscape has become a place of art, adventure, and a bit of science with flavors taking on bold identities, mandating that alternating flavors complement each other. It starts by revealing the unique nature of Meteo's end-to-end application model.
This book starts at the very beginning, from installing the framework on your computer all the way up to deploying your finished app on the Web. 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. Introducing Meteor shows you a better way. Meteor is the weapon of choice for start-ups in today's world. Each module is a mini course in its own right, taking your knowledge to a new level as you progress. Welcome to a post-industrial Stone Age.
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. The cookbook covers all the major areas of Meteor development, including lesser-known and undocumented features too. Throughout the module, you will put your skills into practice and build an online shop from scratch. You'll not only learn how Meteor makes web development easier, but also how you can make using Meteor easier, by automating and simplifying tasks so you can be confident you have full control of everything in your workflow — especially everything that could go wrong. You'll learn about mapping of real-world data and optimizing it, how to optimize and secure web applications and how to deploy and maintain it without breaking its features. By the end of the book, you will have built a feature-rich online shop.
This course follows a learning path divided into three modules. This Learning Path combines some of the best that Packt has to offer in one complete, curated package. It assumes they already understand the basics of how a web server works and how basic networking works. 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 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. It includes content from the following Packt products: Building Single-page Web Apps with Meteor, Fabian Vogelsteller Meteor Cookbook, Isaac Strack Meteor Design Patterns, Marcelo Reyna Style and approach This practical handbook has a step-by-step approach to help you improve your developer skills and efficiently built web applications using Meteor. With all the important concepts covered in the previous modules, the third module will get you equipped with simple solutions to boost your development skills.
If you want to get into this exciting new framework, and you would like to learn how to take a project from being a concept to a real-world app, then this is definitely the book for you. Your path will begin with the basic concepts and folder structure of a Meteor project, learning how Meteor templates work to test packages, and seeing the application itself. It includes content from the following Packt products: Building Single-page Web Apps with Meteor, Fabian Vogelsteller Meteor Cookbook, Isaac Strack Meteor Design Patterns, Marcelo Reyna Style and approach This practical handbook has a step-by-step approach to help you improve your developer skills and efficiently built web applications using Meteor. Reference book and methodology guide for sourcing food and water in times of disaster or emergency. Publisher: Packt Publishing Dimensions: 19. An early adopter of Meteor, Isaac is the author of Getting Started With Meteor.