At the end of my presentations on Meteor I have a slide with a bunch of resources, but I have come to realise that they are
- Probably not enough
- Can’t be seen for long enough for them to be useful.
Instead of just putting up the presentation, I thought I would share some of the links and my own resources:
- Obviously your first port of call should be meteor.com to download and get more info about the project including:
- The Discover Meteor Book which is a great book on learning how to build applications that scale both in traffic and complexity.
- If you are more visually minded and want to work along with someone, you can check out the LevelUpTuts channel. They have some great play-lists including:
- Since most code in the world seems to be developed via Stack Overflow answers, you can also check you all the stuff marked “meteor” there
- A big mention should go to Josh Owens, (who runs crater.io) as he blogs a great deal and has some great podcasts on the subject. Find him at http://joshowens.me/
- Mup and Mupx: At some point (really soon) you will start wanting to do proper deployments of Meteor onto various hosts. One way I love doing it using mup (now called mupx). Check out the project as it’s as easy as doing
I have also published some topics on this blog and also made a couple of videos such as:
Meteor for Server Side Developers
Debugging server-side Meteor
I hope that helps. Some of the links are obvious but if you can suggest more I shall update the post.
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