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Meteor: Full-Stack Web Application Development by Marcelo Reyna, Isaac Strack, Fabian Vogelsteller

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Creating our own package

To create our own package, we will use our ReactiveTimer object, which we built in Chapter 9, Advanced Reactivity:

  1. We go to our terminal, in our app's folder and run the following command:
    $ meteor create --package reactive-timer
    
  2. This will create a folder named packages with a reactive-timer folder inside it. Inside the reactive-timer folder, Meteor has already created a package.js file and some example package files.
  3. Now we can delete all the files inside the reactive-timer folder, except the package.js file.
  4. Then we move the my-meteor-blog/client/ReactiveTimer.js file, which we created in Chapter 9, Advanced Reactivity, to our newly created reactive-timer package folder.
  5. Lastly, we open the copied ReactiveTimer.js file and ...

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