The book comes in two different flavors. Pick the one that's best for you!
The Meteor ecosystem has changed a lot in recent months. We still think Discover Meteor is a great introduction to Meteor's basic concepts, but if you prefer more advanced material we suggest checking out the official Meteor Guide as well as our own free Study Plan for Meteor 1.3.
Quickly get proficient with Meteor, and get a good base to explore further on your own.
The core of Discover Meteor. The book's 25 chapters will put you on the road to Meteor mastery.
The book in PDF, HTML, ePub, and Kindle formats.
Access to the online version of the book.
The app's git repository, with a commit for each step.
Live instances of the app corresponding to each commit.
Master Meteor's intricacies, and take an in-depth look into the framework's more advanced features. You'll get the book, plus:
Extra chapters show you how to integrate your Meteor app with third-party services to give it extra capabilities.
Add an RSS feed and an API using server-side routes.
Learn how use data from the Bitly API inside your app.
Learn how to integrate messaging app Intercom into Microscope.
Learn about database migrations, and how they work with Meteor.
Get to know the people behind Meteor and Meteor projects.
Meteor founder Matt Debergalis explains how Meteor is different from other frameworks.
Meteor open-source contributor Andrew Wilcox introduces the Offline Data project.
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