There is nothing that Apps can’t do these days, from reminders and communication tools to predicting your favorite music – the Apps have changed the way we function. So do you have any app ideas in mind, but don’t know the easiest way to create an App which work seamlessly both on web and mobile? Well, the answer you are looking for is Meteor.
This Node JS based framework allows for rapid prototyping and can also produce cross-platform (web, Android, iOS) code. The framework can easily integrate with Mongo DB (for back-end performance) and uses Distributed Data Protocol and publish–subscribe pattern to automatically transmit data changes to the clients, without requiring the developer to write any synchronization code.
The meteor framework is built on top of MEAN Stack and includes components such as:
Command Line Tool – It provides the easy mechanism to get everything working in meteor. It comes with a package tool to install other plugins to ease your development needs.
Server – The system is built using Node JS, which ensures that the communication happen on DDP and EJSON on the front end. You also get powerful libraries to get HTTP and database interfaces. You also get to use the powerful Mongo DB in your apps.
Communication layer – Communication layer allows seam less interaction between the client and the server.
Browser – Libraries such as Tracker, Spacebars, Blaze and session handles UI in a lightweight and elegant manner allowing reactive client behavior.
Cordova – The Cardova integration is built into the platform, which helps you create mobile apps along with your web app.
The benefits of learning Meteor JS:
All applications developed are in real-time by default. This rings true with the technology today as almost all applications now require to be updated in real-time.
It is a good technology for rapid application development
Single code base can be used to develop mobile as well as web apps
Lightweight libraries that easily handle HTTP, databases and even client interaction.
It is simple enough for beginners to understand and has excellent support from the open-source community
Our course is designed by industry experts to give you the best possible understanding of how Meteor functions with hands-on experience. With our Meteor.JS tutorial, not only will you learn the theoretical applications behind Meteor JS, but you will also gain real world experience by building 10 fully-functional projects.
The course include the following topics:
Project 1 – My ToDo App – Create a functional To Do app that will teach you how to build the UI and also create and display posts.
Project 2 – Microposts – Create small mini posts and learn how to create and display these posts
Project 3 – FAQ Component – Create a FAQ and also how to use the Accordion UI and the Houston Admin Panel
Project 4 – SpatIt Product Reviews – Create an app where users can log in, pick a category, add a product and allow other users to add reviews and comments.
Project 5 – Custom Login System – Create a login system from scratch including designing the UI and a Dashboard and control panel.
Project 6 – Helptickets – Create a support ticket system, where customers can log in and create tickets while staff can reply to the tickets.
Project 7 – WebPlans – Learn how to build a simple subscription login website, where we can add plans and users can then subscribe to those plans.
Project 8 – Codefolio – Create a project showcase operation for a designer or photographer. A user will be allowed to log in upload the projects, which will then be displayed in the frontend.
Project 9 – PhotoStory – Learn a drag and drop application for adding photos for upload. Users will also be allowed to add a title and a short story with the image.
Project 10 – TechMeetups App – An application where users can search and post tech meetups.
It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or a professional; our tutorial course is bound to teach you a few tricks that can help you hone your skills further. So, what are you waiting for? Sign up right now and start your journey to becoming a Meteor Wiz.