MDN docs easter egg

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Aggregation for Firebase

Firebase is an excellent service for realtime data. It provides everything you need from data storage to user login and even hosting for your client side web app. One of the things I miss with Firebase is data aggregation. Assume we need to create a realtime dashboard to show some… »

Another 'Hello World' to MeteorJS

In this tutorial, I'll try to walk you through building a simple realtime wall (like a guestbook) where anyone can post messages. And let's try to do this without using any magic. Install Meteor and Meteorite Installing Meteor Installing Meteorite Create new project Just go to the directory you want… »

Organizing files in Meteor

Starting hacking on a project with Meteor is lots of fun. But things can become a mess very easily. Meteor does not have too much restrictions on how to organize our project files but it'll be useful to know some of its ways. "packages" directory This is where all meteor… »

When not to "Fork" on Github

TL;DR: Fork in Github is not as same as Like in Facebook. Github has Star for that. Fork only when it makes sense or you'll end up with a few old repos. Forking can be really useful if you want to submit a patch to the parent repo. When… »

Elastic Iframes

Sometimes it become necessary to use iframes when building some web applications. Often we have them hidden but sometimes iframes can be useful visible too. For Node Knockout 2013, I was working with Meteorhacks on Open Comment Box. It's like a self-hosted Disqus alternative. We kept the comments view inside… »