In Test-Driven development, it is considered a best practice to write a test for the code you wish you had before writing the actual code.
To build on previous articles on getting started with Meteor and using data in a Meteor app, I created a basic note-taking app that can be a great starting point for beginner programmers who want to take their JS, Meteor, and React skills to the next level.
This is a video walk-through I did during a recent Meteor Devshop, of how to deploy a Meteor app to Galaxy.
Update: Two commenters pointed out errors in my code that prevented reactive data from properly being passed into the route-specific component.
Over the last year or so, I’ve noticed that I basically use the same starting layout for most of my web apps.
With the release of Meteor 1.3, there are several key changes you will want to make in how you implement a Meteor app.
Update: This tutorial uses Meteor 1.2 and is somewhat out of date at this point :-/ This is a tutorial I created for a workshop introducing Meteor and React.
If you’re looking for work as a front end developer, or in fact if you’re looking for any kind of job, it’s always a good idea to take some time in advance to think about your answers to common interview questions.