Meteor

Meteor

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About Meteor

Meteor is a set of new technologies for building top-quality web apps in a fraction of the time.

Additional details about Meteor

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Pros of Meteor

Easy to learn 
Integrated front-end library 
Full-stack reactivity 
Seamless communication between client and server 
Isomorphic package system 
Auto reload/refresh (hot code push) 
Popular 
Support for MySQL
PostgreSQL and Redis
Real-time testing framework
Includes latency compensation
Built-in security 
Mobile apps from the same code base 
Eliminates the need to look for a database to use
Gets rid of Node's callbacks 
Extensive ecosystem 
Powerful performance monitoring tools 
VC-funded open-source
In-app debugging

Cons of Meteor

No native SEO support (no server-side rendering)
Officially supports only MongoDB
which is well-known to have issues with data integrity
Requires reliable network connection