Another WeinbergCloud Update

I decided a full overview of my online WeinbergCloud application was in order, so I recorded a screencast of me going through how it currently works. It's kind of neat that this has been a project under development for nearly two years. I've learned a lot about HTML, Javascript, the Meteor framework, and programming in general in the process, and it has been a lot of fun.

Stay for as long as you like, and then let me know your thoughts in the comments.

6 thoughts on “Another WeinbergCloud Update

  1. Hi Doug,

    Glad to hear I can help nudge you along. Meteor provides the framework, but there are a lot of packages that are easily added to an app that add functionality, and I am using a number of them. The big ones involves user management and Bootstrap, but there are some others thrown in. jQuery and Underscore appear to be integral parts of the framework, though they can be removed too.

    Available packages can be found through http://atmospherejs.com.

    1. Thanks. I've been learning django but it all gets confusing to me when I start to think about the client side. So after seeing this latest video of yours I decided to start into Meteor, especially since it's now available for windows (which it wasn't when I started with django). It seems that I'll have to use javascript for the client side UI, so why not use javascript for the whole thing.

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