I was creating an edit page last week where I needed a select element option to be displayed based on the value saved in the database. I struggled with this problem, but eventually created a solution, and learned a lot from it! My solution was to use a
I have been building some forms for Where To Go Scouting lately and got stuck on handling a boolean value with a checkbox. After spending way too long on the small problem, I finally figured out how to deal with that pesky checkbox.
One thing I struggled with when beginning Meteor development was wiring up publications and subscriptions correctly. Take a few minutes and read this excellent article by The Meteor Chef; you won’t be disappointed.
Lately I’ve seen a few Meteor beginners who are getting help from someone and
are told to
console.log() something. Usually they have issues finding the
result, because they don’t know where to look.
A day or two ago I was working on a side project and ran into an odd solution to a very common problem. In fact the problem is so common, it’s not a problem. Let’s look at a standard