meteor | Meteor , the JavaScript App Platform | Runtime Evironment library

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kandi X-RAY | meteor Summary

kandi X-RAY | meteor Summary

meteor is a JavaScript library typically used in Server, Runtime Evironment, Nodejs, Meteor applications. meteor has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. However meteor has a Non-SPDX License. You can install using 'npm i meteor-tools' or download it from GitHub, npm.

Meteor is an ultra-simple environment for building modern web applications.

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              meteor has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 43531 star(s) with 5253 fork(s). There are 1570 watchers for this library.
              There were 10 major release(s) in the last 6 months.
              There are 184 open issues and 8695 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 324 days. There are 56 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of meteor is 3.0.0-fix.19

            kandi-Quality Quality

              meteor has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

            kandi-Security Security

              meteor has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              meteor code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

            kandi-License License

              meteor has a Non-SPDX License.
              Non-SPDX licenses can be open source with a non SPDX compliant license, or non open source licenses, and you need to review them closely before use.

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              meteor releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
              Deployable package is available in npm.
              Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.
              It has 11709 lines of code, 123 functions and 1551 files.
              It has high code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.

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            meteor Examples and Code Snippets

            React Base Alternate,App Map & Outline,App Outline
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            - public/                                                   # public images and assets
            - tests/                                                    # unit tests
            ∟ denotes an import
            [Documents]     – API shortcut to //imports/api/documents
            Base Model,Basic Usage
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            // For meteor
            import { BaseModel } from 'meteor/socialize:base-model';
            import { Mongo } from 'meteor/mongo';
            // For React Native
            import BaseModel from '@socialize/base-model';
            import Collection from 'react-native-meteor-collection2';
            // Both Meteo  
            apollo-passport,Getting Started
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            # Typical packages.  Choose database, strategies, ui from the list above.
            $ npm i --save apollo-passport \
              apollo-passport-local \
              apollo-passport-rethinkdbdash \
            # Other passport strategies (that don't have "augmented" a  
            How to await future in global main dart of flutter?
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            late MeteorClient meteor;
            void main() async {
              meteor = MeteorClient.connect(url: await getUrl());
              runApp(const MyApp());
            Why does my MongoDB data disappear when I convert my Meteor App to use Docker?
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            $ meteor
            $ # in a separate terminal:
            $ mongodump -p 3001 -d meteor
            mongorestore /path/to/dump/created/above
            Restoring a mongo database but mongo shell does not show it
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            mongorestore --port=3001 -d meteor C:\Users\AAA\Documents\meteor\apps\dump\dump\
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            import { Meteor } from 'meteor/meteor';
            import { createServer } from "net";
            Meteor.startup(() => {
              const server = createServer(socket => {
                socket.on("data", data => {
                  const text = data.t
            Google One Tap Integration with Meteor
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            // this is the callback from the Google One Tap `` (see original Stack Overflow question above)
            const handleCredentialResponse = async oneTapResponse => {
              // see the SERVER SIDE code, which is where valida
            Returning to previous menu items in Javascript
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            const optionButtonsElement = document.getElementById("option-btns");
            class Spell
           = name;
            class Person
                    this.magic = magic;
            Specifing a jQuery version for Meteor twbs:bootstrap
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            $ meteor remove twbs:botstrap
            $ meteor npm install --save jquery@latest bootstrap popper.js
            import 'bootstrap'
            import 'bootstrap/dist/css/bootstrap.css' // default theme
            import popper from 'popper.js'

            Community Discussions


            R - Converting Coordinates to Countries? (Large quantity)
            Asked 2022-Apr-15 at 20:05

            I have a data set that includes meteorite landings. It is really cool to see, but it only has coordinates for location data: latitude, longitude, and another variable that includes both of those in a coordinate format.

            Is there a way I can convert these into a new variable for the country in which they are located? I have heard of geonames, but that only does one at a time, and I am looking at over 30,000 locations (haha). I could also potentially use a function to go through it, but I've heard it will run into errors with points in the ocean, which there are some here.

            My goal here is to create a cartogram. If I can do that with the coordinates instead of making the country names for the entire world, please let me know.

            Any help with this is appreciated.

            The data set can be downloaded at, and the code can be filtered with this code:



            Answered 2022-Apr-15 at 20:05

            Although it's possible to do this with several different online APIs, the free reverse geocoding APIs tend to handle only one point at a time, and a large data frame like yours could take hours to work through.

            I would be tempted to use an R package with country info and map the points to countries using sf or sp.

            The following function returns a vector of country names given a vector of latitudes and a vector of longitudes:



            Meteor build fails when run back to back
            Asked 2022-Mar-23 at 02:22

            I'm trying to learn about the Meteor build process to improve it's performance for my dockerized Meteor app. I'm finding that if I run meteor build build --directory --server-only twice, back to back, I get an error about not being able to parse json on the second run.

            Here's the successful first run:



            Answered 2022-Mar-23 at 02:22

            What happens is that you produce your built app but not bundle it (using the --directory flag).

            Therefore you have extra JS files in your file structure.

            And in your attempts, they are mixed with your Meteor project structure, in a build folder (when you use command meteor build build --directory) or directly merged (meteor build .. --directory).

            Therefore, on the next build run, Meteor picks these extra JS files as if they were part of your source code (eager loading), and fails, as suggested in the warning message:

            The output directory is under your source tree. Your generated files may get interpreted as source code! Consider building into a different directory instead meteor build ../output

            It would have worked in your next attempt if you had specified an explicit sibling build folder, instead of just the parent folder (which therefore puts files directly in your Meteor project root), e.g. meteor build ../siblingFolder

            Another possible workaround is to use a build folder name starting with a dot ., so that Meteor ignores it on the next runs when it looks for source code, e.g. meteor build ./.build

            See special directories docs:

            The following directories are also not loaded as part of your app code:

            • Files/directories whose names start with a dot, like .meteor and .git



            What is the use for the special "public" folder in a Meteor app?
            Asked 2022-Mar-21 at 22:29

            I'm currently using Meteor and trying to learn more about the framework. In the documentation about special directories the following is said about the public/ special directory:

            All files inside a top-level directory called public/ are served as-is to the client. When referencing these assets, do not include public/ in the URL, write the URL as if they were all in the top level. For example, reference public/bg.png as . This is the best place for favicon.ico, robots.txt, and similar files.

            My question is: since I refer to files inside of public/ directory as if they were located in the root folder of my application, what's the different between putting the files in the public/ folder and in the root folder? Or is it just for organization sake?

            Also the documentation I quoted above makes some examples using assets (some pngs and favicon.ico) and no JavaScript or HTML files. Am I able to put some JavaScript code in there and then import them in another file by referencing as if this code was located in the root of my app? Or is the public/ directory somewhat made only for assets?

            I failed to find any docs that explains what is done to files inside this directory in detail (I only found what I quoted above). So if any documentation of that kind is available it would help a lot!



            Answered 2022-Mar-21 at 20:08

            unlike in Rails, Meteor initiatives don’t have a rigid document structure and you are quite a whole lot free to prepare your projects as you want. a few folder names but have unique which means, and documents within them will be dealt with in a different way. consumer files here will be loaded at the client simplest. files in that folder don’t need things like Meteor.isClient.

            server Loaded on the server best, duh! No need for Meteor.isServer whilst files are in that folder, the client won’t see these files. public This directory is for property like photographs. on your initiatives, you reference stuff in the public folder as if they have been in the root folder. as an example, when you have a report: public/nude.jpg, then for your app you include it with . personal files only available at the server facet thru the assets API. checks documents in there received’t be loaded anywhere and are used for checking out your app. lib documents in that folder are loaded earlier than whatever else, which makes it the best listing to vicinity the distinct libraries used on a undertaking.



            Meteor + Semantic React
            Asked 2022-Mar-15 at 10:45
            LAST EDIT :

            never use npm raw command in meteor. always meteor npm. That is the reason why everything broke.

            AND do upgrade step by step , version to the nearest version.

            I think that's all that causes this headache.

            Everything works now.

            Thanks !

            EDIT :

            After trying all the steps ahead ... I remove jquery / less and semantic:ui from meteor



            Answered 2022-Feb-28 at 21:21

            I think you have created a bit of a mess for yourself. I was able to create a simple meteor app using semantic-ui-react as follows:



            How to await future in global main dart of flutter?
            Asked 2022-Mar-12 at 10:12

            I using dart_meteor package

            and it must be initiated in global scope main.dart

            like this



            Answered 2022-Mar-09 at 10:04


            Tone.PitchShift and Howler.js issues
            Asked 2022-Feb-17 at 12:31

            I enjoy using Howler.js for my (Meteor) application. However, the playback rate function is causing a pitch shift that I don't want (I just want the time stretch, and to preserve the pitch). My solution was to therefore implement a pitch shift to it to 'correct' the pitch. Seemed simple enough, which is why I chose to use

            Only problem is, I cannot for the life of me get it to work correctly. After hours of reading up on Web Audio API, and Tone.js documentation, and online discussion/troubleshoot forums, the closest to a potential solution I got was something like so (called during render of my application, just in case the issue had to do with loading prematurely):



            Answered 2021-Oct-18 at 19:59

            I think you don't need the 3rd line in your snippet. Since your first line is telling Tone.js to use the AudioContext created by howler.js already. Therefore pShift.context should be equal to Howler.ctx. But it might make sense to double check.



            How to access attributes [e.g. time] of terra raster in R?
            Asked 2022-Feb-07 at 18:13

            I have a raster that is read and cropped from a netcdf4 file. The raster looks like this:



            Answered 2022-Feb-07 at 16:53

            I guess you are looking for the following:



            Collection update Meteor failure from failed regex validation but no regex
            Asked 2022-Jan-25 at 17:47

            I am working with a Meteor schema that has a field defined as below:



            Answered 2022-Jan-25 at 17:16

            If I read the documentation for the package you are using (I assume it's this one, then the whole idea is that you won't need to set modifiedAt and modifiedBy. That's what the collection-timestamable package will do for you automatically. The error might happen because the package doesn't like you overriding it's fields. I would try just:



            Meteor global version is different than project's
            Asked 2022-Jan-14 at 14:09

            I've created a meteor project and noticed its meteor version was really behind the global meteor installation version:

            If I check meteor version outside of a meteor project, it returns an older version:

            And this older version matches the meteor version in this project I've just created.

            After some googling, I learned there was this directory ~/.meteor and apparently it contained and older meteor version:

            Then, I renamed this dir to meteorBKP and ran meteor --version expecting that now the meteor command would point to the npm global package. What happened, though, is that the directory was created again, but this time containing a much newer version.

            So, apparently, I have two meteor versions installed in my computer. Is it expected? How can I remove that unwanted installation and use only the npm global package?

            If you need further info to help, I'll gladly provide it.

            Thanks in advance!



            Answered 2022-Jan-14 at 14:09

            Actually, you don't have two Meteor versions in your machine. Right now, you have only Meteor 2.5.3 (the latest version).

            Version 2.5.4 that you see from npm is the version of the Meteor installer. This npm package is not Meteor itself, it is just an installer. You can see and compare these versions here (

            Besides that, each Meteor project may have different versions. If you create a project right now (meteor create myproject), by default it will use Meteor 2.5.3 (the newer version you have locally) but that project you mention you have created before with Meteor 1.8.1 will still use version 1.8.1. You can check which Meteor version a project is using by checking yourprojectdirectory/.meteor/release.

            Also, you have the option to create a new project with an older version by just passing a --release option (meteor create myproject --release 2.5.1).

            I hope it is more clear now.



            Typescript - Extending existing module declarations
            Asked 2022-Jan-14 at 07:06

            I am still learning typescript, so I got stuck. Also couldnt find anything online.

            I am using meteor js which has the following module declaration meteor.d.ts:



            Answered 2022-Jan-14 at 07:06

            Yes it is common to enrich your Meteor.users collection (although it is advised not to put too much data in it), and you can definitely tell TypeScript which extra keys you have added.

            The idea is simply to enrich the Meteor.User interface. Because that interface is then used as the return type for Meteor.user() function and the document type for Meteor.users collection (as shown in the extract of the definition in your question), it will automatically be available whenever you use them.


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