We are happy to announce the release of the new angular 1.2.0 package, which takes advantage of the new build process introduced in Meteor 1.2 to make Angular developers feel even more comfortable and productive.
Recently I went through the challenge and ordeal of having to scale my Meteor app. It’s a project that had already been running in production for about a year. This summer the app became a lot more popular with over 12,000 signups in the course of a month (peaking at 1,000 signups in a single day). My initial setup could no longer handle the load and I was faced with a scaling problem that had to be solved quickly.
In this snippet, we're going to learn how to import a CSV file directly into a MongoDB collection. We'll learn how to convert a CSV file to JSON data on the client and then send that data to the server to insert into our database.
It’s a fair question. To the uninitiated, front end development must seem like a breeze. But if this is the case, why aren’t front end developers a dime a dozen?
The answer is simple: front end development, like any specialized trade or spectator sport, is a lot harder than it looks. It isn’t until you’ve dipped your toes in it that you realize just how turbulent the waters are.
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