Looking for a new programming project? Learn how to build a data-driven, cross-platform app with the data management capabilities and reusable UI components in MeteorJS and React.js.
- You've probably heard about React and Meteor, two great frameworks that allow you to build complete applications. Combining the two makes a great platform to spearhead your dream projects, like the one we'll build today. Hi, I'm Manny Henri and I'll show you how to use React and Meteor to develop a soccer team management tool. In this application you'll be able to manage a team, with sections for players, the team and stats to visualize a team's abilities. First we'll set up the proper development environment to be successful.
Second, we'll go through a refresher on React while creating our initial player view. Then we'll introduce you to Meteor and its backend capabilities, as we code the Player and Team sections. Finally, we'll create a chart to track our team stats. So, open up your favorite editor and let's get coding.
- Setting up your editor
- Understanding the file structure and player components
- Setting up static data
- Routing with React
- Creating a schema and player form
- Building functions to add a player
- Adding a user login
- Assigning players to the user
- Securing database transactions
- Editing and deleting players
- Using Chart.js to display team stats
Skill Level Intermediate
Learning Meteor Application Developmentwith Isaac Strack1h 52m Intermediate
1. Setting Up
2. React Refresher: Basic Player View
3. Reduce Player Stats
4. Players CRUD and Team View
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