This chapter covered several useful patterns that make the implementation of rich and minimal interfaces easy. First, we learned how to use the Twitter Bootstrap framework together with Jeet and Rupture; this improved the way we organize our DOM. Also, we learned how to make super helpers—functions that we can call in both views and controllers.
We took a dive into the different kinds of variables that we can use to keep our code safe and to create rich interfaces. Also, we learned how to use Meteor Methods and autoform to easily save information. We covered how to implement a simple loading indicator and how to get animations working in Meteor. To finish up, we learned how to implement a little SEO using prerender.io and the
The next chapter will cover application-wide patterns. Chapter 4, Application Patterns will teach us how to filter and page through collections, how to fully secure our application, and how to integrate with external APIs.