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Meteor Development Infrastructure. Spin up a virtual machine [Video] This is not strictly part of the tutorial, but I created a Docker image that should make this step very easy for you.

Meteor Development Infrastructure

Prepare the Machine [Video] [Slide Show] We start off with a fresh Ubuntu 14.04 LTS virtual machine and install all the platform dependencies. These are global installs requiring 'sudo'. Introducing a Security Auditor to Meteor DevTools – The Bakery. A few months ago, we released the Meteor DevTools Chrome extension, a handy tool for looking under the hood of Meteor apps.

Introducing a Security Auditor to Meteor DevTools – The Bakery

It initially came with the DDP Monitor and Blaze Inspector plugins, soon followed by the MiniMongo Explorer. The initial feedback has been great and we now have hundreds of Meteor developers using the extension daily! For those who haven’t had the chance to try it yet, you can do so over here. We’re now adding a new Security plugin to help Meteor devs follow the security best practices conviently outlined in the awesome Meteor Guide. When getting started with Meteor, it’s not very obvious what’s happening behind the scenes and how the client communicates with the server.

Meteor UI5. Meteor Development Infrastructure. Spin up a virtual machine [Video] This is not strictly part of the tutorial, but I created a Docker image that should make this step very easy for you.

Meteor Development Infrastructure

Prepare the Machine [Video] [Slide Show] We start off with a fresh Ubuntu 14.04 LTS virtual machine and install all the platform dependencies. These are global installs requiring 'sudo'. Subsequent sections should not require 'sudo'. Version Control In The Cloud [Video] [Slide Show] Towards the goal of "packages-only-apps", we are mainly interested in version control of each distinct package, but we still need a 'do-nothing' app in which to instantiate the packages. React Unit Testing with Mocha and Enzyme — Free Code Camp. Component Rendering The simplest UI test is whether a component renders properly according to the data passed into it.

React Unit Testing with Mocha and Enzyme — Free Code Camp

For example, if you render a todo item, you’d expect to see the item’s name shown in the label, and it’s checked state to be reflected properly on the page. Here’s how that looks in Enzyme and Mocha: There are a few things going on here. Structure. Within each test, we follow a setup → exercise → verify → teardown pattern which comes under different names, but is the common best practice in unit testing: Meteoric - Meteor + Ionic. Mantra. 1Overview Mantra is an application architecture for Meteor.

Mantra

With Mantra, we try to achieve two main goals. 1. High Maintainability. Introduction. 9 Ways Meteor 1.0 Will Take You Out of This World. In December 2011, a small team of talented software engineers officially announced the first preview release of Skybreak, a pure JavaScript web development framework and toolset created to make software engineering efficient and accessible.

9 Ways Meteor 1.0 Will Take You Out of This World

Thankfully, about a year later, the platform became Meteor, "a second-generation microframework and application server for building websites in pure JavaScript. " It's a much better name, don't you think? That summer, Meteor acquired $11.2 million in funding, and assured early adopters that the Meteor Development Group (MDG) was in it for the long haul. By late 2013, there were prominent, full-scale production applications gaining wide acclaim. It's no wonder, then, that Meteor's 1.0 release was so eagerly anticipated. 1. For 1.0, the Meteor Development Group launched a brand new website complete with statistics on downloads, Stack Overflow questions, events, professional services, and more. 2. 3. MeteorHacks Show May - 2015 - Docker & Meteor - Crowdcast. Compte rendu du 4ème Meetup Meteor à Paris. EventedMind. Meteor. Trello. Meteor on Windows. Beer. Wings. Smart Packages.

Observatory: powerful logging and monitoring package for Meteor. Observatory is a meteorite package so installation is as easy as running mrt add observatory in your Meteor app's directory.

Observatory: powerful logging and monitoring package for Meteor

To view the logs locally, plug {{>logs_bootstrap}} somewhere in your templates, preferably before the </body> tag. However, we encourage you to get an account at Observatory: Vega and enjoy many more application management features than mere logging as well as complete control over Observatory configuration, both for localhost development and production deployments of your Meteor applications. Logging Normally, you need to use only two objects in your application to get access to all Observatory features: Observatory, which handles settings and options, and Toolbox - swiss knife of logging and profiling, accessible via Observatory.getToolbox() both on the server and the client. Manual Logging To log a message with specific severity call one of the following methods: new! Coffeescript javascript. Laika - testing framework for meteor. Laika is a feature rich testing framework for meteor.

Laika - testing framework for meteor

With laika you can simply write tests that interact with both server and client(s). Installation and Setup. Meteor.js JavaScript Framework: Why Meteor Rocks! Exclusive offer: get 50% off this eBook here Getting Started with Meteor.js JavaScript Framework — Save 50% Develop modern web applications in Meteor, one of the hottest new JavaScript platforms with this book and ebook. by Isaac Strack | February 2013 | Open Source Web Development.

Meteor.js JavaScript Framework: Why Meteor Rocks!

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