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Cómo integrar CoreUI a Meteor usando React

Posted by Matías J. Magni en 29/07/2017

Les comento que he subido a Github una implementación de CoreUI para integrarlo a un proyecto Meteor-React.

Les dejo un par de links y espero que les guste:

Instrucciones para la instalación:

$ sudo curl https://install.meteor.com/ | sh
$ git clone https://github.com/matiasmagni/coreui-meteor-react.git
$ cd coreui-meteor-react
$ meteor npm install --no-optional

Deployment:

$ meteor

URL: http://localhost:3000/

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