The goal with creating the React BEM package is to take the work at cuzzo/react-bem and integrate it into Meteor. By using this code, we are able to use automatically generated BEM class names in our React components. So we can use SCSS and still write BEM code without having to waste time actually adding the BEM […]Continue reading "Creating Meteor Packages – capsulecat:react-bem"
Every package begins with a goal, and capsulecat:commands is no different. The idea is to be able to use the Command Pattern in Meteor so that we can write reusable actions that we can dispatch synchronously, or asynchronously. Meteor Packages What is a Meteor Package? Very simply, it is a collection of files and assets […]Continue reading "Creating Meteor Packages – capsulecat:commands"
Meteor is a great tool that you can use to quickly start prototyping your app ideas. It allows you to quickly get that first initial prototype done and out the door quickly so that you can get feedback on it. Of course, once you have your prototype written in Meteor, you can scale it up […]Continue reading "Prototyping Web Apps with Meteor"
On January 7, the official Meteor Guide was released! The guide is a great resource because it provides Meteor developers to have a standardized way of writing certain parts of the their apps. In the guide, Collections, Schemas, Publications, Methods, Routing, Users, Security, and more are discussed in depth. In this post, I will highlight some […]Continue reading "New to Meteor: the Meteor Guide"
Space Kitty aims to be at the bleeding edge of Meteor. We want every developer to be able to use the newest ideas and technology with their application. But we also don’t want to have to have every developer read about all of the news concerning Meteor best-practices. So why not bake all these best […]Continue reading "Integrating Mantra with Space Kitty"
Installing a Meteor package is very straightforward thanks to the work that the Meteor Development Group has done. The Meteor package ecosystem is also very vibrate thanks to the amazing Meteor community. You can see all the contributions being make on AtmosphereJS – the source for Meteor packages. So why should you forget everything you […]Continue reading "Forget everything you know about Meteor packages"