A few days ago I find realworld. It’s a project where you can find different implementation of the same blog (named conduit) into different technologie.
I see that the meteor version was missing so I took moment to start an implementation of it.
If you want to help and don’t hesitate to send an issue or a PR.
There is also a demo
Another interesting project to participate in. I guess I add it to a list of things to do. I would like to implement it React+Meteor (and probably with Socialize packages as well).
We could have a blaze, react, svelte, & angular meteor version of this which you can’t say about many other dev environments.
This could be the start of really nice tutorial series.
Thanks for creating a Meteor example app @peernohell . It’s great to see Meteor on there. I also find it amazing that there are SO MANY front-end & back-end options, but it looks like Meteor is one of the only full-stack options being worked on.
The front-end & back-end divide is “real” out there, haha (28 front-end stacks [+15 WIP] & 42 back-end stacks [+42 WIP] & only 3 WIP full-stacks)
I know the history and real world of software development teams has had a big divide between back-ends & front-ends, but it still blows my mind that most JS devs have not tried Meteor. I still see this as tremendous growth potential. It’s too easy to see the benefits once you try it
I’m sharing this graphic because it might be helpful for the external world to see what Meteor initially looks like these days.