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Sortable Lists In Meteor using JQuery UI

Most of the time in a Meteor project you want to avoid handling the DOM directly and instead rely on...

Differential 2.0

On April 16th, we promised to “officially announcing details of our new model” in a few days. Here we are...

Identifying Collisions Between 3D Objects

Space is what keeps everything from happening at the same place - Ivan Karamazov 3D isn't really so hard. We're...

Top 10 Reasons To Use Node.js

I get it. You’re not a bandwagon developer. You don’t use the cool, trendy platform just because everyone else is....

Growth Tracking 101 (Measuring The Right Analytics for Your Startup)

Web Analytics vs. User Analytics Website analytics are important to keep track of, but if you’re spending all your time...

Adventures in HIPAA

or Your Life is in Their Hands As developers, there are some areas we generally shy away from. Nobody really...

Accounts Entry 0.8.0 is Out

What is accounts-entry, you may ask? It is Differential's attempt to have a customizable login package that is flexible enough...

6 Ways Startups Can Work With Developers Without Getting an Ulcer

Most startup founders have either heard of (or experienced) difficult, sometimes unbearable, relationships with developers. I was no different. During...

What is Velocity?

Velocity is an officially sanctioned test runner framework for Meteor.js. It allows anyone to add a testing framework package that...

Serve Ruby on Rails, PHP, and Node with Pow (POW!)

Note that Pow runs only on Mac OSX Here at Differential, we work on diverse projects. Serving up Rails apps,...

The (not so) Real Problems of Meteor

I ran across a post on reddit the other day asking why Meteor.js wasn't everywhere, and the amount of FUD...

Meteor vs Angular

Comparing Meteor and Angular is a bit difficult since the two are actually very different at the moment, other than...

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