Posted on June 2, 2015
Whilst Meteor is such a terrific platform, it is relatively new (hit the 1.0 version only in the end of October 2014) and some resources/techniques are still to be explored. The official Cordova support is not even one-year old and this of course leads to lack of documentation.
I sensed that one of the biggest requests by the folks who are using Meteor + Cordova in their mobile projects was the ability to run their apps offline. In my first attempts I’ve set up a GitHub repository that worked offline and exposed the difference between normal and grounded … Keep reading