Since I started working on Meteor back just shortly before 1.3 was released, I have been playing around with ES6 modules and imports along with the ng-annotate capability. This is a brief style guide I have for AngularJS and Meteor based on my findings. I may change this over the course of time as I learn more but this is what I have come up with so far.
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One of my habits when I do JEE development is to always try to run it as close to production state as possible. This may mean a longer time for me to do testing because the build and deployment cycles are longer, but at least I am more confident in what I build as a large subset of integration issues would come up by this habit. Switching context to AngularJS, they provide a guide on how to improve performance in production . This is a short post on how to take advantage of it in Meteor.
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There’s many tutorials that show how to use AngularJS online, the AngularJS home page does a very good start. @blm849, one of the smarter people I know asked me if there was any site to ramp him up. I said the AngularJS home page followed by learning directives.
In this post I will expand on my suggestion and follow on with other things to look at.
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The objective of this post is to show how I set up a web project with Maven and Eclipse Kepler with Java EE 7 Web Sockets running on the Java EE 7 reference implementation, Glassfish 4. All the code is available in javaee7-websockets-example on GitHub.
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