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    Yara
    @YaraVD
    thanks a lot everyone for the fast reply;) I will first chekout the tutorials and come back if something goes wrong. have a nice day :)
    Antonios Minas
    @liberat0r

    Hello guys, first timer here trying to build a very simple meteor app for android.
    My template has an <input type=file/>. In client javascript, I am trying to read the contents of the file selected.
    For example, if the user was to select a file hello.text with contents "hello", I would simply like to read those contents and display them within a div.

    I have tested this in both AVD and my android device. I can access my phone's storage, I see the files, I can select a file, but then nothing happens.
    Could it be that I am missing some permissions?

    Ghost
    @ghost~5571459415522ed4b3e17425
    Any suggested phone number authentication package for Meteor ?
    prog20901
    @prog20901

    I need a small help on Java UI - Mapping - DB

    Hi,

    We need to retrieve values from the presentation layer and need to execute a DB query on different mysql Databases based on the configuration (table and column names would be different)

    Assume (Presentation values), empName, empId, empAddress, empNo are presentation layer values

    One DB (prot_db) has columnns as - emp_name, emp_id, emp_Address, emp_No with table name as "emp"

    One DB (conti_db) has columns as - employee_name, employee_id, employee_addres, employee_no with table name as "employee"

    One DB (sema_db) has columns as - empl_name, empl_id, empl_addres, empl_no with table name as "empl"

    What would be the best approach to define them ?

    Approach #1 - have constant variables for each DB and have if condition in the code base
    Approach #2 - Any mapper approach to solve this (not sure)
    Approach #3 - Any third party API/library which can take care of returning the appropriate string? (not sure)

    Thanks.

    Kristofer Pervin
    @kpervin
    Would anyone be able to help me figure out why our Meteor website is crashing in Facebook Mobile Browser? I'm finding that apparently there's a TypeError: Cannot read property 'Mongo' of undefined showing up everywhere.
    Also Uncaught ReferenceError: meteorInstall is not defined
    Guillaume Darbonne
    @guidouil
    <Sarcasm>Hello. I have a problem but I won't give a link or source code. Can you figure it out?</Sarcasm>
    Govardhan Chaudhari
    @GovardhanChaudhari
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    got above error on windows 10, meteor version 1.9.1
    Tried reinstalling meteor twice, but not luck
    Govardhan Chaudhari
    @GovardhanChaudhari
    Also tried with older meteor version 1.8, throwing same error
    Laurent Roger
    @lc3t35
    open an issue on meteor's github
    Kelly Copley
    @copleykj
    Hey all, just a reminder there is a meteor community slack workspace available. We are doing interesting things such as taking over maintenance of popular packages that have been abandoned by their authors, helping to keep docs and tutorials up to date, and even helping with parts of Meteor's core. Come check us out and join in. https://join.slack.com/t/meteor-community/shared_invite/enQtODA0NTU2Nzk5MTA3LWY5NGMxMWRjZDgzYWMyMTEyYTQ3MTcwZmU2YjM5MTY3MjJkZjQ0NWRjOGZlYmIxZjFlYTA5Mjg4OTk3ODRiOTc
    asedsami
    @asedsami
    Hi everybody. I'm looking for an offline-first solution that works with meteor. what I've found so far was that when the user is offline, he can see his data and when he becomes online, his local data get's updated. but I'm looking for the opposite of some sort. which is the user can edit his data while he's offline. and when he becomes online again, the data on the server gets updated, reflecting the changes that the user made to his local data. do you know of any package that does this? thanks for any help you're able to provide.
    Kelly Copley
    @copleykj
    Follow @MeteorCommunity twitter account for announcements about package updates and new Meteor releases!
    Franciélly Lima
    @franciellylima
    Hi people, I'm in trouble since the last update 1.9, my Jquery plugins stop updating, help me please.
    LaChips
    @LaChips
    @franciellylima I also had some troubles with jquery, I don't really know what's wrong with your project but mine got fixed by changing "jquery" by "jquery@3.0.0!" in .meteor/packages
    Dima Kondratenko
    @Fanaticys

    Hi, guys. I'm new in meteor and can't understand why I don't need to use async word before find some documents in collection. Example:

    export const Tasks = new Mongo.Collection('tasks');
    Meteor.methods({
      'tasks.setChecked'(taskId, setChecked) {
        const task = Tasks.findOne(taskId);
        if (task) {
            ...
        }
            ...
      },
    });

    Why I don't need to use async func and use await Tasks.findOne(taskId);?

    I am used to use async when I make a call to database, but I don't need to do that in meteor. How does it work? Maybe you have a good article about.

    James
    @jamesgibson14
    @Fanaticys the short answer is that Meteor uses a special node package called Fibers. It treats certain code as a "thread" in this case it recognizes that collection.find is asynchronous and automatically "awaits" the result.
    James
    @jamesgibson14
    @Fanaticys Also this may seem strange compared to es6 promises and Async/Await, but Meteor was using fibers as an amazing solution long before async/await was accepted into the javascript world.
    Guillaume Darbonne
    @guidouil
    Meteor 1.10.1 is out 🚀☄️
    Dima Kondratenko
    @Fanaticys
    @jamesgibson14 Thank you
    Javi
    @Kaamos_2011_twitter
    hi Im new and testing meteor
    Im getting this =>
    Unable to resolve some modules:
    
      "meteor-mongo" in /Users/some/new-react-app/imports/api/tasks.js
    (os.osx.x86_64)
    
    If you notice problems related to these missing modules, consider running:
    
      meteor npm install --save meteor-mongo   
    `
    and when Im running . meteor npm install --save meteor-mongo . I get this errors...
    npm ERR! code E404
    npm ERR! 404 Not Found - GET https://registry.npmjs.org/meteor-mongo - Not found
    npm ERR! 404 
    npm ERR! 404  'meteor-mongo@latest' is not in the npm registry.
    npm ERR! 404 You should bug the author to publish it (or use the name yourself!)
    npm ERR! 404 
    npm ERR! 404 Note that you can also install from a
    npm ERR! 404 tarball, folder, http url, or git url.
    
    npm ERR! A complete log of this run can be found in:
    npm ERR!     /Users/some/.npm/_logs/2020-03-28T19_38_48_571Z-debug.log
    Any explanation to this or how I can solve this issue? I have been searching and I didn´t find any explanation. So before hand thank you guys
    Javi
    @Kaamos_2011_twitter
    Is that the tutorial that I´m following is obsolet? It is from the oficial Metero page.
    Javi
    @Kaamos_2011_twitter
    In the file tasks.js I import => import { Mongo } from 'meteor-mongo'
    Matt Campbell
    @maka-io
    @Kaamos_2011_twitter you have a typo: should be import { Mongo } from 'meteor/mongo';
    Javi
    @Kaamos_2011_twitter
    @maka-io oh thanks that was!
    Matt Campbell
    @maka-io
    @Kaamos_2011_twitter yw! Shameless plug, checkout https://www.maka-cli.org for a well maintained scaffolding and deployment tool for Meteor. Could help you get started quickly with some of the more common setups (react, GraphQL, reflux, material-ui, etc)
    wes
    @wscarter
    @maka-io you might want to look into your cert getting updated or issuer changed or something because firefox is throwing up a warning on your site
    SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER
    Matt Campbell
    @maka-io
    @wscarter Ahh! thanks for letting me know! I'm not having that problem with chrome.
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    anonymouscoward maka-cli looks like it's going to be very useful. thank you
    anonymouscoward "See Restivus for more information. Note, that this library hasn't been updated in a while so I've made a fork of it to maintain." <- ambitious
    Franciélly Lima
    @franciellylima

    @franciellylima I also had some troubles with jquery, I don't really know what's wrong with your project but mine got fixed by changing "jquery" by "jquery@3.0.0!" in .meteor/packages

    I just need to create a "Compatibility" folder, and put the js file

    dr.dimitru
    @dr-dimitru
    Show Meteor: Today I'm relaunching one of my side projects, looking for feedback, please, join the discussion — https://forums.meteor.com/t/css-grab-ngo-editor-made-with-meteor
    w3jimmy
    @w3jimmy
    I have successfully connected my meteor app to signin using an oauth package wiseguyeh:accounts-azure-active-directory, using redirect. My problem is that when user is not allowed to sign in, I get a console.log in the server side but I would like to display an alert in the client side. Any ideas how to achieve this?
    I cannot find how to get this info in the client side
    w3jimmy
    @w3jimmy
    what I see on server side: (oauth_server.js:392) Error in OAuth Server: access_denied
    Joe Pea
    @trusktr
    @dr-dimitru Very nice!
    Becca Plowman
    @my-spock
    Does anyone have experience working with multiple, chained subscriptions in React? Especially when using useTracker within a function Component. I've just been using Class Components, but I'd like to get a better understanding so I can follow the React community as it seems to prefer function Components.
    dr.dimitru
    @dr-dimitru
    @trusktr thank you for feedback :)
    domq
    @domq
    Good morning
    Does anyone have experience using patch-package¹ with Meteor? I don't see my patches being applied in the modules.js file that is being served to the browser
    ¹ https://www.npmjs.com/package/patch-package
    domq
    @domq
    ... So actually, it works — It's just that I was only patching the TypeScript sources, not the derived .js