Published on November 23, 2016 by LevelUpTuts

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Meteor gives you a radically simpler way to build realtime mobile and web apps, entirely in JavaScript from one code base.

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3 Comments on "Meteor 1.4 + React For Everyone #5 – React Props and Parent Child Relationships"

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Tevin Thuku
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Tevin Thuku
6 days 23 hours ago

render() {const {count} = this.props;return ( <h1>{count}</h1>)}

Jason Chan
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Jason Chan
12 days 22 hours ago

scott do MERN stack or SERN stack sequelize

Rob Wuttke
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Rob Wuttke
13 days 3 hours ago

Hey Scott,I think it is recommended to bind the methods in the constructor so the bind happens only onceconstructor(props) { super(props) this.mymethod = this.mymethod.bind(this)}I know you probably know this already, but just wanted to point it out.

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