Recently I switched my current project from Meteor 1.2 to 1.3. While doing so I reworked the code for my markdown editor. When created the markdown editor in the first place I learned about the necessity of a solid platform to build web editors. So this time I used draft.js as base. Facebook open sourced draft.js a few months ago. They use it almost everywhere on Facebook page, so it should be well-tested.
The markdown editor you’re going to build has these features:
- Instant html preview rendering
- Support for GitHub flavoured syntax and markdown tables
- Drag and drop file upload.
- Copy and paste file upload.
Optionally: File upload with Meteor and FS Collection.
I would like to share my great experience I had with Meteor and React. This time I want to show how I’ve built a bootstrap modal component. There are already a lot of solutions out there, but none of them were suitable.
Here’s how you can get a neat bootstrap modal for your Meteor React project.
In web development there are tons of programs and tools and due to that also complex and very different development strategies.
Luckily dependency handling got a lot easier. For my Laravel project setup we will use 3 different package managers.
Every package manager of course manages a different resource, we will use composer for php packages, npm for everything related to Node.js and Bower for web packages.