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    Joe Pea
    @trusktr
    @prog20901 docsify-search is a good example. It reads content from each file, and stores it somewhere. If you're using Meteor, you already have a database. You could store a JSON representation of each file in a collection or something, then search it with Mongo queries.
    You'll have to decide how to treat your data. Like, does it have id="" attributes? Does it have <hN> headings with id= attributes? You'll have to use that to determine where a search result should navigate to.
    Nikola Dašić
    @nikdale
    Hello!
    Can anyone help me
    I'm trying to build Android app on SDK version 28
    But can't use accounts-google
    what the hell should I do? It's not synced
    ...
    Nikola Dašić
    @nikdale
    Also doeas meteor support SDK v28 ?lol
    prog20901
    @prog20901

    Simple UI with text highlighting sample or template.

    Can you please kindly help me with a simple UI template with text highlighting?

    Similar like http://table.branham.org/#/main

    Thanks.

    prog20901
    @prog20901

    How to convert a java standlone app to web application or access via internet?

    I come across several beautiful java standalone application..example DocFetcher...However there is no web interface available.

    Is there a way to make it as web application using any tool or third party plugin or server?
    Is there a way to launch in the server and access as jnlp from anywhere?
    What would be the best and easiest way to convert a standalone jar or desktop java application to web server...

    Not going to be a request and response..Instead wanted to do the same thing which we can do in the standlone.

    Please kindly advise....

    Kelly Copley
    @copleykj

    Some of us in The Meteor Community are organizing in the hopes of picking up the slack where MDG's efforts have sliped such as marketing, communication, and community outreach.

    If you would like to join this effort please join us in the newly created Slack workspace.
    https://join.slack.com/t/meteor-community/shared_invite/enQtNzUxMTcwNzU0NzM4LWU1MTJmMzlkMTM4OTU5MTQ3NjU2NGU2NDU4MDdhMTUwZmY1NGRmOGNiOWQ0MWI5ZmU3OTY1ZGQyOTI3YTg5ODE

    prog20901
    @prog20901
    any open source app or framework exist to build an app - write once, same code and run on PC, Web and Mobile ???
    Laurent Roger
    @lc3t35
    meteor + react-native + electron ?
    Joe Pea
    @trusktr
    @prog20901 I think that's what Meteor aims to be for.
    @nikdale I hope you get an answer. Maybe ask in the forums too, so the question doesn't get lost here in the chat room.
    prog20901
    @prog20901
    i see vue.js is just one single js file
    i was shocked to see how come one single file works great and awesome and support huge apps and cross platform ....
    i made me think is that having everything in 1 file is good practice or cause maintenance issue?
    Joe Pea
    @trusktr

    one single file works great and awesome and support huge apps and cross platform

    That's not what supports cross-platform. What makes it cross-platform is that the browser engines all (should) run the JavaScript file the same way, and expose the same functions for the code in the file to use. The difference in the platforms is not in the JavaScript code, but in the browser implementation (for the most part, that's the goal, but sometimes there are small differences, and in the JS code you might see if (isSafari) {...} else if (isFirefox) {...} but this should not be common if the code uses the most standard functions).

    @prog20901 ^
    You can split your Javascript into multiple files, or keep it as one, that's more of your choice of organization, and not so much related to the cross platform aspect. Thank browser implementations for the cross-platform aspect.

    i made me think is that having everything in 1 file is good practice or cause maintenance issue?

    Good practice today is to write your code in multiple logical files. Then you use a build step to compile them all into a single file that you publish on your web app.

    You use "ES Modules" to write separate files (these files are called "modules"). Things you should search for to learn:
    • ES Modules
    • Babel
    • Webpack
    • Rollup
    The single Vue.js file is auto-generated from the source code, which is not a single file. For example, all the files you see here are the files that are written by the Vue.js developer: https://github.com/vuejs/vue/tree/dev/src
    All those files are "compiled" into a single file that you may use with a <script> tag, but the author does not write a single file, because that would be much to hard to maintain.
    This script, https://github.com/vuejs/vue/blob/dev/scripts/build.js, is the code that takes all the source code in the src folder and compiles it into a single file.
    Joe Pea
    @trusktr
    It uses a Rollup (a bundling tool), to compiles the source all into one file.

    Meteor has its own build system and bundler. In Meteor apps you also write separate files for all your logical parts (different components or different functions).

    I strongly recommend you go through some of the Meteor tutorials @prog20901.

    prog20901
    @prog20901
    @trusktr That's a very great and good explanation which i never come across...I really appreciate your answers and in depth view of it
    Can you recommend some good tutorials links to learn Meteor from scratch?
    Joe Pea
    @trusktr
    @prog20901 Yeah, check out the tutorials page: https://www.meteor.com/tutorials

    appreciate your answers and in depth view of it

    No prob, just sharing knowledge from experience

    prog20901
    @prog20901

    After huge research, i am planning to go with JavaScript Search engine with Angular/Vue.js/Meteor/React as front-end

    Choice of javascript client side storage is below

    1) IndexedDB
    2) JScene
    3) LargeLocalStorage
    4) ydn db
    5) PouchDB

    Links for reference

    https://github.com/tantaman/LargeLocalStorage
    https://gist.github.com/inexorabletash/a279f03ab5610817c0540c83857e4295
    http://lintool.github.io/JScene/
    https://db-engines.com/en/system/LokiJS%3BPouchDB%3BSolr

    Please kindly suggest which one to go...

    Basically have a cross platform system which accepts huge files and finally does a full text search...

    In this way, the user just needs the browser no installation is required......

    Joe Pea
    @trusktr
    It's usually, Meteor+Angular, Meteor+Vue, or Meteor+React. You'd choose one of the three: angular, vue, or react.
    Joe Pea
    @trusktr
    @prog20901 ^
    prog20901
    @prog20901
    on the DB side?? why we need both Meteor + angular/vue/react since we are going to have one front-end and indexedb or pouchdb as fron-end db
    Joe Pea
    @trusktr
    Not on the DB side. Meteor is a framework: using Meteor allows you to write JavaScript on backend, and on frontend. On the frontend, you will use React, Angular, or Vue for the UI.
    @prog20901 ^
    I suggest for you to look up what React, Angular, and Vue are, so you can learn about "view layers" or "view libraries".
    You can use indexeddb or puchdb, or whatever, those aren't related to the view layer. The view layer if for organizing how your data flows into your UI, and what the structure of your UI tree will be.
    Meteor allows your front end to easily get/send data from/to the back end.
    Zhenja Bazhanov
    @Ebazhanov
    Guys please advice how can I run one single test using meteor command ?
    we have folder with banch of tests so I can't find it in the official documentation compare to jest for example
    have try to isolate like it.only but it does not work
    any suggestion are very welcome
    Zhenja Bazhanov
    @Ebazhanov
    FYI found workaround with describe.only.all
    It looks like working but if you have something more beautiful let me know pls
    Guillaume Darbonne
    @guidouil
    hey all, I’m going to upgrade to catalina but it’s only 64bits, do you people know if Meteor is 64 or still 32 ?
    prog20901
    @prog20901
    Can someone please help me with your valuable feedback about https://jio.nexedi.com/ ???? Planning to build a full text static search engine for the given files....
    Cesar Martinez
    @Blindpupil
    has anyone been able to setup the graphql plugin in Webstorm with Meteor?
    @guidouil I haven't had issues with Meteor in catalina 64
    Guillaume Darbonne
    @guidouil
    @Blindpupil thanks :)