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Getting Started with Meteor.js JavaScript Framework [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Isaac Strack
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26. Dezember 2012

Develop modern web applications in Meteor, one of the hottest new JavaScript platforms

Overview

  • Create dynamic, multi-user web applications completely in JavaScript.
  • Use best practice design patterns including MVC, templates, and data synchronization.
  • Create simple, effective user authentication including Facebook and Twitter integration.
  • Learn the time-saving techniques of Meteor to code powerful, lightning-fast web apps in minutes

In Detail

Meteor is a brand new platform built entirely in JavaScript that allows you to build modern, dynamic web applications in the blink of an eye. With support for nearly every popular JavaScript framework (and more being added every day), Meteor provides you with the ability to quickly and easily develop sophisticated and stylish web applications.

"Getting Started with Meteor" is an easy to follow, step-by-step approach to learning how to build modern web applications with Meteor. Through the development of a complete and ready-to-use application, you will experience exactly how easy and fast it can be to develop robust, flexible web applications, so you can build your own "killer" app in no time.

"Getting Started with Meteor" will walk you step-by-step through all the major advantages that Meteor has to offer. You'll be up and running in less than two minutes, and will develop an actual application you can use. As you move quickly through the exercises, you’ll be able to experience first-hand how easy it is to develop in Meteor, and will gain invaluable best practices you can apply immediately to your coding projects.

You will learn about reactive programming and how Meteor takes advantage of the latest web technologies. You will gain a solid understanding of what the best design patterns are for developing web apps, and when to use them. You will learn how Meteor uses HTML templates and NoSQL (document-based) databases together to make coding applications simple and fun. Finally, you'll gain best practices for security and performance, making your web applications fast, secure, and easy to use. If you want to build a web application but hate how difficult it seems to be, this book will show you the easy way to build and deploy modern web apps

This book will teach you everything you need to know to get up and running with Meteor, and start you on your way to becoming an expert web applications developer

What you will learn from this book

  • Leverage reactive programming and live HTML in modern web applications.
  • Design and implement MongoDB/NoSQL databases.
  • Develop fast, simple web interfaces with HTML templates (Handlebars).
  • Use design patterns effectively, including MVC/MVVM and Publisher-Subscriber.
  • Use local and server synchronization to make apps more user-friendly.
  • Structure an application for performance and security.
  • Leverage and integrate user authentication systems (Facebook and Twitter)
  • Implement third-party packages and add-ons such as Bootstrap and jQuery
  • Deploy and administer Meteor applications.

Approach

Written in an engaging, easy-to-follow style, "Getting Started with Meteor" is a practical guide for developing modern web applications with Meteor.


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  • Taschenbuch: 130 Seiten
  • Verlag: Packt Publishing (26. Dezember 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1782160825
  • ISBN-13: 978-1782160823
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 0,7 x 18,8 x 23,1 cm
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Isaac Strack

Isaac Strack, as a Design Technologist for Adobe Systems, Isaac Strack actively researches, develops, and contributes to emerging device and Internet technologies, incorporating these new technologies into the Adobe Digital Media and Digital Marketing product lines. He is on the board of directors for the Wasatch Institute of Technology, a computer science high school located in Utah that is changing the face of education through an Agile-based teaching methodology, which emphasizes real-life technology skills and STEM education.

Isaac worked for the Service Technologies group at eBay for over 11 years, where he was on the forefront of AJAX, .NET, and web-related technologies. While at eBay, he earned a web technology patent, and is one of the original developers of the Listing Violation Inspection System (LVIS), used to monitor and regulate auctions and member-to-member transactions.

Isaac has a passion for technology and design, and conveys that passion through his contributions online and in his local community. Despite his experiences to the contrary, he's still naïve enough to believe what Steve Jobs said, "If you have a good idea and a little moxie, you can change the world."


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Habe mir das Produkt gekauft, da ich Meteor für meine Bachelorarbeit benötigte und noch keine Erfahrungen mit dem Framework hatte. Leider ist der Beispielcode dieses Buchs bereits überholt und funktioniert desshalb nicht, wenn einfach kopiert. Dies resultiert in 2 bis 4 Stunden mühsamer Fehlersuche und Internetrecherche. Trotzdem habe ich bis jetzt keinen besseren Weg gefunden, sich in dieses Framework einzuarbeiten. Von daher empfehle ich den Kauf
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Mit seinen 111 Seiten ist dieses Buch sehr schnell durchgelesen und leider sein Geld nicht wirklich wert.
Wer einen Einstieg in MeteorJS sucht, und noch NIE mit NodeJS, MeteorJS, oder JavaScript an sich gearbeitet hat, der kriegt einen rudimentären Überblick über MeteorJS mit dem er noch nicht viel anfangen kann.

Weder die Entstehungsgeschichte, noch eine Zusammenfassung der NodeJS Bewegung sind vorhanden. Alle hier gefundenen Informationen können so, bzw. sogar noch sehr viel weitreichender in den allgemeinen Dokumentationen zu MeteorJS gefunden werden.

Ein tiefer Einblick in das Framework, die Denkweisen, die Erstellung von Packages, oder irgendwelche architektonischen Tipps zu einer größeren Applikation vermisst man leider stark. Zwar gibt es eine grobe Beschreibung, welche Verzeichnisse es geben kann, aber dieser Aufbau wird nicht klar deutlich, und stellt die tatsächliche Sachlage sogar etwas falsch dar.

Hinzu kommt die dem Autor etwas eigene Art "cool" zu wirken. Viel zu oft werden lächerliche Witze oder Kommentare gemacht, die den professionellen Fluss des Buches sehr stören. Es ist fast schon wie ein Schlag ins Gesicht, neben dem Aufbau einer Applikation immer wieder blöde Witze zu lesen. Hätte man diese weggelassen, wäre das Buch sogar noch viel schlanker, als es jetzt schon ist.

Leider gänzlich ungeeignet als Buch mit dem man arbeiten möchte.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent Read 21. Januar 2013
Von stat30fbliss - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have been looking for a good starting point to roll up my sleeves with Meteor for the past couple of weeks, and this book popped up on my Kindle. First off, the kindle version is formatted just fine for me, and I have not had any issues working through the code and examples provided. I typically prefer physical books when absorbing new topics, but the price was right, and so far I am happy with the purchase.

The book itself offers an exceptional introduction to Meteor, while not overloading you with too much information. Being a Node.js n00b, with practically zero MongoDB experience, I was a bit nervous as to how well I would be able to work with the book, but not only has it been very manageable to work through, I am learning tons. The meteor docs at [...] are great, and can really help explain some of the more abstract topics thoroughly. Personally I had found the docs a little too explicit, and was having a tough time drafting an application of my own from scratch, so having this book as a companion to the process of learning the ins and outs of this exceptional framework has been indispensable.

The book is based on meteor 0.5.0. At the time of this review I am working with 0.5.4, and have not encountered any issues with compatibility - yet. Still have 2 1/2 chapters to go. The book is 7 chapters long. Having bought the book last night, I must say the pace is fast, and I am blowing through the examples. I plan to be done tonight, so under 24 hours from cover to cover. Pretty amazing.

If you are interested in gaining a firmer grasp on Meteor.js, this book is the best, if not the only, excellent resource that will take you through all of the steps of getting up and running from scratch. I can already tell that Meteor will be my go-to framework for rapid prototyping of ideas and concepts on evenings and weekends.

One final note, Meteor is only officially supported on *nix systems, aka OSX or Ubuntu. There is an unofficial Windows port, so if you know what you are doing you could give that a try, otherwise you will have to wait to get dirty with Meteor.

EDIT:

I finished the book, and there was no errors in the versions of meteor. The app is a great starting point for a project, but I really would have liked for there to be about three more chapters. Given the price, I am not complaining, and the tutorial still deserves five stars for anyone interested in learning meteor from scratch with little to no Node or Mongo experience.

Cheers!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent introductory book 1. April 2013
Von Antonio Elena Batllo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Meteor.js is a new js framework that's making the rounds these days based on its big claim to simplify and greatly shorten time to market for robust web (enterprise level) applications, with real time interaction capabilities built-in from the get-go, using clear and established development design patterns and idioms. This bundle they call Reactive Programming, and the authors stresses a lot how simple it all is. On a separate note, this R.P. thing is nothing new or exclusive of Meteor.js ([...])

So, the promise is very few lines of code, amazing simplicity, haven't we already been promised too many times the El Dorado of frameworks that solve everything easily? Often the enterprise demands higher level of customization. How easy is this? Let's not forget that this much apparent simplicity implies lots of things happening on the background over which, what grade of control do you have? If you check the official page, you'll see that the people behind Meteor have impressive creds and powerful VC backing behind. Let's see of the framework fares as explained here.

Chapter 1, walks you by the hand through the installation process, which is simple enough, but I like it (which others might not like). It's a good thing that the first chapter bothers to go to detailed instructions so no newbie is left behind. Some times the first steps are the ones that can give serious frustration leading to leaving something aside.

Chapter 2 proceeds to explain just enough theory behind this reactive programming concept as applied in the framework, and how it is designed, but it does so by guiding you step by step through the creation of your first web application using meteor.js, and we start by learning about javascript templates. Obviously the slow pace we saw in chapter 1 cannot be held here. So, even if you were guided step by step through the simple install, then it seems you need to know now about templates, or otherwise just "believe" the code.
Then we get to the interesting part by creating "Reactions" (as in Reactive Programming), which mean Meteor is now watching your objects.

Chapter 3 is basically the presales/demo stuff "Why Meteor.js rocks?". It introduces MVVM for those who are unfamiliar (including a history lesson), and a little bit (perhaps too little) on how Meteor works behind the scenes. Then the rest of the Chapters, up to 7, is where the interesting stuff happens. Let's go one by one.

Off we go to Chapter 4, that revolves around templates. Templating is explained now for those who despaired in the previous chapter, as are the all-important events and data models. I think the level is good enough here for an intro text. I really don't think absolute newbies to programming will be picking this book, as a certain knowledge is already assumed (not about meteor, but about programming in general).

Chapter 5 is about data, according to meteor, and the NoSql paradigm. So, if you're not familiar with MongoDB or document databases, here you'll find an introductory guide, but I'd recommend you go get the manuals for a clearer picture ([...]) or try it online in the official page. Other than that, this chapter gives you the bare minimum to get by. The broadcasting part and the configuration of publishers / subscribers, which makes Meteor tick, is given an adequate but shallow treatment, as is the introduction to the technology, so it won't make you an expert at all. In fact, you will need to delve deeper in other sources to solve problems when developing a new app on your own.

Chapter 6 offers a glimpse of meteor's architecture, in terms of folder and application structures. Some caveats and warnings finally appear. Up to now everything had been so rosy. We learn how to disable some packages and enable others to make the application secure, multi-user, etc. Somehow you finish the chapter and you're left feeling there was much more. A few pointers would have been welcome here. You are also explained what is the structure of the applications (quite simple).

Finally Chapter 7 is about deploying the application in order to start cashing in ;-)
As it's usual with frameworks based on node.js and "bleeding edge" technologies, the deployment to a private box can feel a bit daunting and hard to admin. Deploying to meteor hosting is very simple. Deploying to your irons not so much, and the author admits it. I guess the Meteor guys allow deployment to their own servers in order to gain some traction. The sample app was running there ok.

Some reviewers on the internet complain that the book does not go deep enough, but hey, please look at the title and the page count. It's clearly an introductory level book and I think it does that beautifully. That is what it promises, to lead you step by step. All the code from the working example is explained step by step, so while certainly there's a lot to learn if you want to start coding a more complex app for your company tomorrow, at least the samples are reasonably guided so you're not left out to guess, even if this is one of your first exposures to javascript and modern frameworks and templating.
Just to point out some of the things I liked a bit less, I'd say the books feels a little bit too short. Maybe another 30 to 50 pages to delve a bit deeper into some of the workings of the framework would have been welcome. An extra two pages to explain templating with handlebars or some other fwk would have been nice to see.

All in all, a very good and recommendable read. If you're curious about developments in web technologies (and you must be if you are reading this), read this book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Exactly what I needed 21. Januar 2013
Von JP Kabler - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a great introduction for anyone looking to get a solid feel for getting started with the Meteor framework. Within a few pages, Isaac draws you in with a refreshingly irreverent, informal style that helps to dive straight into building a Meteor app. This book was what I expected: An ordered, follow along tutorial on building an application which represents the major pillars of what Meteor offers. What I didn't expect was a humorous, fun, and easy-to-read style that makes the book feel less professorial, and more like you are being tutored by that buddy who always has the really good beer and also happens to be a genius.

If you don't know JavaScript basics, this book is not for you. A knowledge of just some very basic MongoDB functionality is also going to be helpful for someone reading this book. Knowledge of Node.js is not at all required, which explains a lot of the criticism coming out of the Node community towards the Meteor framework. Meteor does a great (for some, too good) job of abstracting away the details, allowing someone to build real time apps without worrying about the details.

If your goal is to build an application with Meteor's promising real-time, reactive capabilities, as fast as possible, this book is for you. If your goal is to get a ground up, detailed understanding of how these applications are structured, how the data is being passed back and forth, etc, I suggest readers look elsewhere, and possibly look into other frameworks, like Derby.js.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good introduction to the framework 15. April 2013
Von dmolin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Nowadays there are plenty of powerful tools and frameworks for building robust Rich Internet Web Applications. On the client side we've Angular, Ember, Knockout, Backbone, Kendo, Sencha etc... On the Backend we've all the frameworks built on top of Node.js. In this plethora of products and tools that never grow old and renew continuously there is, though, one contestant that is slowly but steadily gaining momentum as it stands, uniquely, as the only solution that seems to bring to the table a product that bridges Back-End and Front-End together in an unprecedented way: Meteor.js

Meteor is a platform that let you write in one single codebase code that runs both in the client and on the server.

I've not yet finished reading the book but so far it's been a pleasure to read and a very strong introductory guide to this fantastic framework.

The book is based on version 0.5.0; not the very latest one (we're at 0.6.1 at the moment of writing) but no compatibility problems so far (and being before version 1.0 it's pretty normal to see the version number changing quite often and quickly).

The book is not very long (around 131 pages) but it's the perfect format for an introductory guide whose purpose is getting you up to speed in not time. It's impossible not being impressed with the easyness of creating and running an application with a single codebase, front-to-back and you'll be hooked up in no time since the book throws you into the code since the first chapter (and that's obviously very good!)

In the book you'll find everything you need: from practical instructions on how to setup and run the framework, to quick birds eye views on MVC and MV*, how to use templates, deal with a NoSQL Database (Mongo), how to structure your application and publish it on the Meteor.com hosting platform.

Great price tag, great hands-on format and good additional overview on MongoDB as an added bonus.
Highly recommended.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great source for learning Meteor 7. April 2013
Von Valentin Gavan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Meteor is a new JavaScript framework for building web applications therefore the resources that you currently find about it are pretty scattered online. This book is exactly what was needed to fill the gap and to provide a coherent source of information about learning Meteor.js from the basics.
The book is written in a friendly language and it goes through all the processes needed to build a Meteor application from ground up, providing useful code examples that you should follow and test along the way when reading it. You need to be aware that currently only OSX and Linux systems are supported, Windows not yet. Also the book is based on Meteor 0.5.0, however the code should also work with newer versions, although I haven't tested it with the last version which currently is 0.6.0

I found that the book is very easy to follow and although I haven't used Node.js or MongoDB before I had no issues learning to use Meteor from the book and starting to build web apps. You should however know some basic JavaScript before starting learning Meteor. It's also useful that it presents some basics about MongoDB and also about the MVC/MVVM patterns and this knowledge can be used somewhere else also, not only with Meteor. If you're looking to build web applications and fast and use JavaScript I recommend looking into Meteor.js and reading this book.
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