Meteor

Meteor is an open-source platform for building top-quality web apps in a fraction of the time, whether you're an expert developer or just getting started.
Site: https://www.meteor.com

Videos

Build a Calendar Application

Added Build a Calendar Application

Build a meteor app that has a built in calendar and manages events.

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Basic Meteor

Added Basic Meteor

Learn the basics of Meteor

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Installing Meteor and creating a project

Added Installing Meteor and creating a project

This screencast explains how to install and setup a Meteor project.

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Installing Meteor on Windows Preview

Added Installing Meteor on Windows Preview

This screencast explains how to install Meteor on Windows.

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Default Meteor Files

Added Default Meteor Files

In this video you'll learn about the default Meteor files.

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Views and Templates

Added Views and Templates

In this video let's learn about the basics of views and templates manipulation.

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Storing Data in Collections

Added Storing Data in Collections

In this episode you will learn about how to store data in MongoDB collections.

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Adding data with forms

Added Adding data with forms

This video shows how to extract data from forms to store into collections.

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Deleting and Updating

Added Deleting and Updating

In this episode let's learn how delete and update data from collections.

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Temporary Session Data

Added Temporary Session Data

In this episode you will learn about Session.

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Meteor packages and adding Stylus

Added Meteor packages and adding Stylus

In this video let's learn about the Meteor package manipulation and how to add stylus package.

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Easy User Accounts

Added Easy User Accounts

In this screencast let's add Accounts package to manage signin and signup flow.

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How to Setup Twitter Authentication

Added How to Setup Twitter Authentication

In this screencast you will learn how to extends Account package using Twitter authentication.

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How to Setup Facebook Authentication

Added How to Setup Facebook Authentication

In this screencast you will learn how to extends Account package using Facebook authentication.

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How to Setup Google Authentication

Added How to Setup Google Authentication

In this screencast you will learn how to extends Account package using Google authentication.

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How to Setup Github Authentication

Added How to Setup Github Authentication

In this screencast you will learn how to extends Account package using Github authentication.

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Making your app more secure by removing insecure - part 1

Added Making your app more secure by removing insecure - part 1

In this video you will learn why you need to remove insecure package for production environment.

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Making your app more secure by removing insecure - part 2

Added Making your app more secure by removing insecure - part 2

In this second part you will learn why you need to remove insecure package for production environment.

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Introduction to Publish and Subscribe

Added Introduction to Publish and Subscribe

In this video you will learn how to use Meteor's PubSub.

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Upload a CSV and import

Added Upload a CSV and import

Import CSV to a collection with uploading.

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The Meteor IDE

Added The Meteor IDE

My Favorite Editor for Meteor

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Global Helpers

Added Global Helpers

Some of my favorite string helpers.

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Roles and Authorization

Added Roles and Authorization

Configure roles in your meteor Application

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Implement Iron Router

Added Implement Iron Router

Add single page routing to your Meteor Application

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Add an Uploader

Added Add an Uploader

Add an uploader to an existing Meteor Application

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Deploy your app to Amazon EC2

Added Deploy your app to Amazon EC2

Deploy your application to Amazon EC2 Instance using Meteor Up.

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Create an App

Added Create an App

Create a Basic Meteor Application

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Customizing Login with Meteor OAuth

Added Customizing Login with Meteor OAuth

Meteor has packages for multiple OAuth providers including Facebook, Github and several others. Meteor also provides their own OAuth service called Meteor Developer Accounts. In this video you'll integrate with Meteor Developer Accounts and customize the UI.

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Adding Server Methods

Added Adding Server Methods

Adding server methods for secure functionality in your meteor application.

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Start with a Boilerplate

Added Start with a Boilerplate

Start a Meteor application with the Differential Boilerplate

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What is Meteor?

Added What is Meteor?

An amazing web development platform

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Meteor and Reactive Programming

Added Meteor and Reactive Programming

This is speaker shares some concepts about what is and how works reactive programming in Meteor framework.

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Building Large Scalable Realtime Applications with Meteor

Added Building Large Scalable Realtime Applications with Meteor

In this talk Tyson Cadenhead will explaing some tips and tricks to create and maintain a large scalable meteor app.

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Hands-on with Discover Meteor

Added Hands-on with Discover Meteor

I'm going to talk about some points from the Discover Meteor book, like deploying, packaging etc. Feel free to ask anything.

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Fast coding a website with Meteor

Added Fast coding a website with Meteor

This screencasts will show some advanced techniques to increase your Meteor app.

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Using a start script

Added Using a start script

Starting Meteor apps with different configurations in development, test and production can be a bit cumbersome. In this video I'll show you a start script that makes starting a Meteor application across different environments easier.

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Preview - The New Iron Router Controllers

Added Preview - The New Iron Router Controllers

Use reactive state and event handlers with the next major version of Iron Router Controllers.

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Preview - Layouts and Regions in Iron Router

Added Preview - Layouts and Regions in Iron Router

The new iron:router coming in a few weeks has better support for layouts and dynamic regions. In this video, from the Using Iron Router Class coming soon, shows you around some of these features.

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What is Meteor?

Added What is Meteor?

I'll illustrate the key components on the client (browser) and the server that make Meteor a full-stack framework. This video will provide you a mental map for learning Meteor in depth.

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Building an Meteor Application

Added Building an Meteor Application

In this video I'll introduce the Building an Application with Meteor and Iron Router class.

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Iron Router Introduction

Added Iron Router Introduction

This video introduces the Inside Iron Router class. Get a preview of what's to come in the rest of the class.

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What is Rectivity?

Added What is Rectivity?

In this introduction we'll explore what it means to be reactive and we'll see where Meteor implements this functionality.

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Introduction the Livedata Class

Added Introduction the Livedata Class

The livedata package is where we get Meteor methods, publish and subscribe, DDP client and server. In this class we'll start off by looking at how traditional Web applications use the HTTP protocol.

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Introducing The Shark Preview Track

Added Introducing The Shark Preview Track

The Meteor Shark Preview Track starts with the new Spacebars templating system and how it differs from the previous system. Then we'll look at how to create and use components. And of course, we'll dive into the internals of Spacebars and Components.

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Make a Reactive Join in the UI

Added Make a Reactive Join in the UI

How do you reactively join two collections in the user interface? In this video we'll explore two ways to join documents in the user interface. The first prevents reactivity. The second enables reactivity.

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Publish a Many-to-Many Relationship

Added Publish a Many-to-Many Relationship

Although we're using document oriented storage with MongoDB, sometimes it's useful to normalize our data in separate collections. In this episode, I'll show you how to publish a many-to-many relationship from a single publish function.

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Publish to a Client Only Collection

Added Publish to a Client Only Collection

In this episode we'll publish automatically refreshing, signed CloudFront urls to a client only Collection. We'll use Iron Router for routing and subscribing to a publish function depending on which page we're on.

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Reactive Properties

Added Reactive Properties

JavaScript allows us to configure object properties. We can use this idea to create reactive properties in Meteor. In this video I'll show you how to create a reactive property method and turn it into a local package.

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Waiting on Subscriptions

Added Waiting on Subscriptions

What does it mean to 'wait' on a subscription to be ready? In this video we'll explore the DDP 'ready' message and two ways of waiting on subscription data to be ready.

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Using wait, waitOn and ready in Routes

Added Using wait, waitOn and ready in Routes

Confused about how to use waitOn, wait and the reactive ready method in your routes? In this video I'll show you how these work using the reactive WaitList.

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Synchronizing Method Writes

Added Synchronizing Method Writes

Meteor synchronizes writes that happen on the client with the result we ultimately get back from the server. In this video you'll get some intuition about what this means. Then in the rest of the class we'll dive into the mechanics of how it works.

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Updating Meteor and Package Versions

Added Updating Meteor and Package Versions

In this video we'll update a project to use Meteor 0.8.0 and iron-router 0.7.0.

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The UI.Each Component

Added The UI.Each Component

The each block helper renders a UI.Each Component. In this video we'll explore the UI.Each component's implementation and its new features and benefits.

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Make a Reactive Join in the UI

Added Make a Reactive Join in the UI

How do you reactively join two collections in the user interface? In this video we'll explore two ways to join documents in the user interface. The first prevents reactivity. The second enables reactivity.

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