Meteor-Svelte Starter Application

We have put together a Meteor-Svelte Starter Package that is built on the most current technologies as of 2020 using the latest releases of Meteor, MongoDb, Svelte and Bulma.

This starter package is the outcome of work done to build an application system for both a software-as-a-service and for real time control (IoT if you prefer). This package provides a scaffolding structure to quickly build pages and includes a variety of components to add page specific functionality. This package is a partial port from a Meteor-Vue application in an attempt to reduce the bundle size and improve Time To First Byte (TTFB).

It is also an opinionated view of the work that needs to get done. This package is clearly not for everyone nor does it try to accommodate the latest new ideas. This package is meant for business people / product managers that need to get outcomes quickly and can scale during the initial growth phase of a company.

There is also a demo site is located at a DigitalOcean data centre. Sign-in with email: ‘’ password: ‘test-user-kanen’. There is also a github repository.

We hope you find this package useful to jump start your exploration of Svelte running on Meteor.


Not sure it this will help, but I get an error visiting the demo site (renders empty)

Uncaught TypeError: e[1] is undefined
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Wow! I developed on Chrome browser and tested on Safari browser. Both work on my side.

What browser are you using? Is there a network latency issue?

Firefox 78.0.1 (64-bit) ubuntu

But i don’t think it’s a browser thing, I can’t open it with chrome either. the error in chrome is

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'credits' of undefined
    at k (1b85de987728b5790460453d28e6231b138294c1.js?meteor_js_resource=true:146)
    at M (1b85de987728b5790460453d28e6231b138294c1.js?meteor_js_resource=true:146)
    at Qe (1b85de987728b5790460453d28e6231b138294c1.js?meteor_js_resource=true:11)
    at new w (1b85de987728b5790460453d28e6231b138294c1.js?meteor_js_resource=true:146)
    at U (1b85de987728b5790460453d28e6231b138294c1.js?meteor_js_resource=true:146)
    at Qe (1b85de987728b5790460453d28e6231b138294c1.js?meteor_js_resource=true:11)
    at new V (1b85de987728b5790460453d28e6231b138294c1.js?meteor_js_resource=true:146)
    at z (1b85de987728b5790460453d28e6231b138294c1.js?meteor_js_resource=true:146)
    at Qe (1b85de987728b5790460453d28e6231b138294c1.js?meteor_js_resource=true:11)
    at new W (1b85de987728b5790460453d28e6231b138294c1.js?meteor_js_resource=true:146)

I also get this warning

[Deprecation] getCurrentPosition() and watchPosition() no longer work on insecure origins. To use this feature, you should consider switching your application to a secure origin, such as HTTPS. See for more details.

site works for me.

pretty. impressive, I browsed the source a bit and it looks so clean!

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Work for me too, and it is really fast!

You can configure the PWA manifest so we can add it as an app.

Thank you for taking time to help. I can’t simulate this error, but it feels like there is a timing condition. The user credits are retrieved via a method call and then a Svelte store variable is updated. A Svelte user credit widget reacts to any change in the store variable. I have added some extra checks to ignore any falsey values.

The user position deprecation warning is a specific Chrome thing. It needs a secure connection to the server before it delivers a valid user lat / long position. I have overridden this as this site is in demo mode and so does not need a real position at this time.

Android tablet: demo site don’t works