Don’t you think that a sign of a vibrant framework would be the presence of paid artifacts?
It was a case in 2014 and later. Now I cannot see any course or book later than 2018.
I also really miss the coherent structure the Meteor was at that time.
Now Meteor has a lot of flexibility, but probably that’s why it is difficult to describe it in a single course or book.
But that’s why they are now necessary more than ever )
Here’s the start of a new tutorial series which I’m enjoying so far:
There are relatively recent Meteor tutes on Udemy, some from just last year, although admittedly most of the popular ones before then.
As a newbie, the official documentation tutes for each supported UI framework I found to be really great.
I think everyone is super busy working on their projects. I do have plans to do something along those lines, but I just don’t have the time at the moment.
But @msavin is working on a new version of his premium packages and I have started working on Stripe integration with my personal project, so hopefully soon I will be able to use that knowledge for something more.
That would be cool. I have also noticed many developers simply deleted their tutorials especially Blaze. That’s a pity.