The goal of this experience is to practice our “standard practice” for working with Meteor:
First, watch me do it:
Now, try it yourself:
Create a GitHub repo called “meteor-hello-world”.
Clone it to your local file space.
cd into your local meteor-hello-world directory.
meteor create meteor-hello-world to create an app called “meteor-hello-world” inside your repo.
Change the name of the meteor-hello-world subdirectory to app/.
cd into the app/ directory, run ‘meteor npm install’ and ‘meteor run’ to run the app. Go to http://localhost:3000 to see the app.
Create an IntelliJ project called “meteor-hello-world” that points to your repo.
Edit the top-level template and check to see that Meteor restarts and refreshes the page automatically.
Commit your project to GitHub.
Check to see that your project is saved on GitHub.
You do not have to submit anything, but I recommend you complete this by the time and date indicated on the Schedule page as you’ll need to do this