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Firebase - A scalable real-time backend for your website

Firebase - A scalable real-time backend for your website

Parallax Content Slider with CSS3 and jQuery Warm welcome When she reached the first hills of the Italic Mountains, she had a last view back on the skyline of her hometown Bookmarksgrove, the headline of Alphabet Village and the subline of her own road, the Line Lane. Read more Easy management Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Revolution A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia. Quality Control Even the all-powerful Pointing has no control about the blind texts it is an almost unorthographic life One day however a small line of blind text by the name of Lorem Ipsum decided to leave for the far World of Grammar. OpenStack Open Source Cloud Computing Software

Getting Started with Auth · meteor/meteor Wiki How to get help First, look through these resources to see if your question has been answered already: Make a good first effort to find an answer before asking your question. If you can't find an existing answer to your question, try one of the following, in this order: Ask it on StackOverflowAsk it in IRC #meteor channel on irc.freenode.netAsk it on meteor-talk Other resources The Meteor Roadmap shows the core team's current development prioritiesFollow the Meteor Style GuideWhat those GitHub Issue Labels in our issue queue mean Filing bug reports and contributing new code Please see our contributing guidelines for details on how to file a bug report or submit a pull request. Bug reports are welcome. Works In Progress Here are drafts of docs that haven't made it into yet.

Igor Wiedler | PHPNW12 Igor Wiedler has been fixing bugs in open source software since 2006. Currently he is improving the PHP ecosystem by working on Symfony2, Silex and Composer. Location: Winterthur, Switzerland. It’s like, so amazing, man. View Tutorial DayBack to Schedule

Dart: Structured web apps Confessions of a Meteor Newb I recently took part in the first (annual, I hope) Hack Omaha competition. I teamed up with the ridiculously talented Zach Leatherman to create Omaha Bounty Hunter, a web-based The-Price-is-Right-style game using the provided Property Crime data set. Omaha Bounty Hunter As Zach and I were getting started, we were lamenting how timed coding competitions rarely provide opportunity to learn new tricks or try new tech. And that’s exactly what we did. Here’s how it went down, from a total Meteor Newb’s perspective. Getting Started Congrats to the Meteor team for making getting started a breeze. curl | /bin/sh and you can start coding a Meteor app. Newb tip: You can hop right into the Mongo shell by typing meteor mongo inside your app’s root directory. The provided meteor command has many features right out of the gate, most importantly a --help flag for general help and a meteor help <command> to learn more about each specific command. Packages meteor add <package_name> Deploying

TideSDK | Create multi-platform desktop apps with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript Blog | Matrix Partners Pretty much every aspect of our lives is being changed by software. Software has the power to delight, entertain, help us communicate, simplify our work, enhance our creativity, connect us to old friends, and so much more. However writing good software is still a complex process that takes too long, and requires too much expertise. Addressing that pain is what makes Matrix’s latest investment, Meteor, so interesting. Every once in a while a new application development framework comes along that dramatically accelerates the way people create applications. Right now application developers are all faced with the need to write applications that deal with the mobile web, and step up to users demands for a new level of interactivity. If you’ve ever looked at Google’s spreadsheet and wondered how they got such great interactivity in a browser, and been impressed by the fact that it would automatically update any other user’s view of the spreadsheet in realtime, then Meteor is for you.

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