Mastering MeteorJS Application Development

Mastering MeteorJS Application Development

Language: English

Pages: 298

ISBN: 1785282379

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Mastering MeteorJS Application Development

Language: English

Pages: 298

ISBN: 1785282379

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


About This Book

  • Get your dream project up and running by building exceptional MeteorJS applications in a matter of days
  • Learn how to integrate other JavaScript frameworks into your MeteorJS project and become an expert in full-stack development
  • Go beyond coding and learn how to make modern design decisions – from mobile design to SEO – that drive great user experiences

Who This Book Is For

If you've already had some experience with MeteorJS but want to learn how to build even better modern web applications, this book has been created for you. It provides you with a comprehensive look at one of the most important frameworks being used on the web today.

What You Will Learn

  • Get to grips with the basics and learn how to build a complete real-time application with MeteorJS
  • Find out how MeteorJS makes full-stack development simple – become a better developer, fast
  • Find out how to write custom packages for applications – so you can build your project exactly how you want
  • Integrate React.js and Angular.js into your project
  • Design and develop high quality animations that will give your UI the edge
  • Build MeteorJS to serve as a REST-based application and reactive system
  • Learn how to host a MeteorJS application and then scale it for data
  • Learn how to make sure you implement an effective SEO strategy in your MeteorJS application

In Detail

Mastering MeteorJS Application Development shows you how to do even more with MeteorJS – if you're ready to try a comprehensive course through one of the most exciting frameworks in web development today, this is the book you need.

You'll not only learn how MeteorJS makes Web development easier, but also how you can make using MeteorJS easier by automating and simplifying tasks so you can be confident you have full control of everything in your workflow – especially everything that could go wrong. With further insights on developing for mobile – and how MeteorJS can help you tackle the challenges of the trend – and details on incorporating SEO strategies into your application, this book isn't just a code tutorial – it's about creating a product that users love.

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