Add production links

rhgraysonii authored
revision f5e0593af6dbdfb6547691fb53218d47b476ec03
document
#A Fun Introduction to Meteor

###What is Meteor?
Meteor is a new(er) web framework. If one must put it simply, Meteor offers live data, all the time. Without digging into pull-and-diff, database theory, and other jargon, we can easily discern this: Meteor makes making live-data web applications simple. A chatroom can be implemented in fifteen minutes with a total of 3 files that are all very readable being used. For some ideas of examples, check out [Meteor's official examples](http://www.meteor.com/examples).



###Why Meteor?
Meteor is a quick to pick up, simple to operate framework to rapidly build a simple prototype. It allows you to experiment, and is production capable! See some here doing there [here](site
At the time of writing Meteor is at 0.7.1 and I will update this to be compatible with all future releases, making a separate branch for each in case someone needs documentation referencing the project from an older state and has not upgraded.



###Why Meteor?
Meteor is a quick to pick up, simple to operate framework to rapidly build a simple prototype. It allows you to experiment, and is production capable! If you are interested in seeing this, check out these:
[Telescope](www.telesc.pe)

[PeerLibrary](http://peerlibrary.org/)

[MadEye](https://madeye.io/)

And even more at [Made With Meteor](http://madewith2.meteor
.com)/)


###What are we doing?
We are going to build a simple web application. It is nontrivial, but it shouldn't take more than an hour or so after some basic introduction if you know your JS.

#Getting Started

###Launching the base application