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Val Paliy

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Please help. How do I restore the sources of an app deployed to meteor.com? I've deleted the local folder accidentally.
Meteor is a complete platform for building web and mobile apps in pure JavaScript.
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Done. No more lost changes. Bitbucket is great with its free private repos.
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Ratefi M C

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Hi ,
I want to add some fields in login page . How to do it?
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I'll see it. Thank's Tim
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Val Paliy

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Might be useful for some of us, so I share the playlist here. The one from October 2014 is missing, does anyone know the URL? Thank you in advance. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUl3utv8Ay67q2JlKiAicm2j3KL5DW2hU #MeteorJS  
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Val Paliy

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Hi,
My name is Val, I am 33, web and mobile developer from Ukraine, just diving into Meteor.js
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Well, maybe. Haven't heard about anything big in Kyiv. Calling all Ukrainians in this community ;)
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David Panart

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Hi Meteor users !

I'm looking for a complete doc about the facebook accounts on Meteor.js, I've found some basic tutorials wich made me able to connect with Facebook, but it lacks a lot of functions and explanations.

Could someone indicate me a good doc about it ? The official doc about accounts does not give more information.

Thanks you, have a good day !
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Paul Dowman

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The third interview in the series is up. I talked with Arunoda Susiripala about scaling Meteor apps. We talked about some common problems that you might hit when scaling a Meteor app and how to deal with them, and whether there are any unknowns. We also touched on Flow Router briefly.

And you can now subscribe by iTunes.
Paul Dowman talks with Arunoda Susiripala, founder of Kadira.io and Meteor Hacks.
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Karen Sowa

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Managing a Meteor Application in Production

One of the challenges of running a Meteor.js application in production is managing all of the different components that support Meteor. This blog gives code examples showing how set up logging to help out.  http://bit.ly/1GcQRcX
Find out how salesbox.io uses these logging strategies to scale monitoring of a Meteor server, detect bugs on the client, and monitor the Meteor Stack.
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Dmitry Pavlov

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Building Real-Time Web Applications with Meteor

Many developers agree that Meteor is a fun platform for writing real-time web applications. Turns out, it’s also a powerful platform for building robust, production-ready applications.

In this article, Toptal engineer Peter Rogers will walk you through a step-by-step tutorial for building a real-time book catalog management application using Meteor.

#Meteor #Real-time #JavaScript #Full-stack #Development
Many developers agree that Meteor is a fun platform for writing real-time web applications. Turns out, it’s also a powerful platform for building robust, production-ready applications. In this article, Toptal engineer Peter Rogers will walk you through a step-by-step tutorial for building a real-time book catalog management application using Meteor.
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want to join a #meteorjs hangout live session ? here you can ! plus.google.com/hangouts/_/guy… please turn off you're audio and say hello in the chat!
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Paul Dowman

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I'm doing a series of interviews, the first is with Josh Owens. I think we had a good conversation, we talked about Meteor, teaching, and leaving a positive mark on the world among other things.

http://www.meteorinterviews.com/1

I have some other interviews coming up too, details on the site. You can subscribe via RSS and it has been submitted to iTunes so it should be available there soon.
Paul Dowman speaks with Josh Owens about teaching and learning Meteor and leaving a positive mark on the world.
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Enjoyed the interview really insightful.
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Val Paliy

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I am trying out Visual Studio Code. What can be done to make it understand Meteor?
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Thanks. I am aware of WS, in fact I've used it even. I am just trying out Code :)
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Val Paliy

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Newbie question. What kind of hosting do I need for Meteor? I assume that it will have to support MongoDB if I was to use it, otherwise any hosting will do. Correct?
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Yeeah meteor.com is the best option fot start. We use Digital Ocean, Mongolab and Google Compute Engine with Meteor Up for deployments.
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Val Paliy

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Which book is the best? I am looking at Discover Meteor, Getting Started with Meteor.js JavaScript Framework, and Building Single-page Web Apps with Meteor. Thanks in advance. 
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Some of this depends on your Javascript/Node knowledge base. But I'd agree that Discover Meteor is the single best resource, both in terms of accessibility to a wide audience and how up to date it is with the current version.
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Ivan Vaghi

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I have been asked to justify the choice of meteor in a finance/trading context.  Do any of you have some cases of meteor being used in this context?
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Thanks, Hedgy is pretty cool and I am also into bitcoin big time, but I am really looking for something more 'classic' :-)

For instance, I have seen some brilliant slides on microservices in finance by Stefan Kutko and I was wondering if there was more of that kind.
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Paul Dowman

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Meteor Interviews episode 5: Chris Mather (Evented Mind, Iron Router)

The fifth interview in the series. I talked with Chris Mather about learning Meteor, taking time to learn new things just for fun, and the role of Iron Router in the Meteor ecosystem.

Also if you’re interested in really levelling up your Meteor skills and want to make a name for yourself helping out with Iron Router Chris makes a great offer, check it out.

You can subscribe by iTunes or RSS in your favorite podcast app to get the next one as soon as it happens.

And I promise to get a good mic for the next one!
Paul Dowman talks with Chris Mather about learning Meteor, taking time to learn new things just for fun, and the role of Iron Router in the Meteor ecosystem.
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Dariel Dato-on

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Is there any good article that explains what's going on in the .meteor directory? I think it would be helpful to understand what is happening behind the scenes, especially the local folder with the client and server directories.
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Bonjour; in my humble opinion this the best to you!
https://www.eventedmind.com
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Jay Shaffstall

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I'm considering using Meteor for a web app, but my particular application doesn't really leverage the real time aspects of Meteor.  But ground:db provides offline caching and synchronization when online, which is important for the app (think in terms of a personal bookkeeping system).

Does Meteor still provide advantages that I should consider even if I'm not making a primarily real-time application?
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Meteor makes a lot of the everyday developer tasks easier or disappear either by clever base functionality or through smart packages. Accounts management, security, data management, build processing for example. Also it is all JavaScript and the API is isomorphic on the client and the server, which makes developing applications a lot easier since you don't have to work with two (vastly different) APIs like when you use the MEAN stack or similar all JavaScript stacks.
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Miroslav Hibler

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Meteor For Everyone is a tutorial series to teach the basics of Meteor
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Jesse Williams

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After a few requests from Meteor users, we've put together a zero-configuration one-click MeteorJS Factory. 

Factories eliminate the need to waste time configuring your development environment, are lightweight and very powerful. To try it out, just click the link below and a new environment will open up in your browser. 
-Enjoy, and please let us know what you think of it - We really appreciate user feedback. 
https://codenvy.com/f?id=z2kwkhlrit1ewpy3 #MeteorJS #javascript #Codenvy
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+Jesse Williams that is ridiculous. Thanks for the heads up though. I'll have to remember that.

Also, I'll look forward to playing with Meteor on Codenvy.
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Arash Soheili

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Just built my first site with Meteor. I have to say that Meteor did live up to the expectation. Looking forward to expanding on this and learning more.
http://tabletlisting.com/
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+Adam Rutkowski Yeah, I did notice that and need to fix it. Thanks. 
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