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MeteorJS offers a comprehensive set of tools for developing and deploying modern web applications. Learn MeteorJS with online courses delivered through edX.

What is MeteorJS?

MeteorJS is a full stack framework and platform for developing applications in JavaScript. It provides developers with a complete package of tools and libraries to create web and mobile applications quickly and effortlessly.Footnote 1

MeteorJS is a popular choice among developers because it can be customized and utilized across various platforms. Popular front-end libraries and frameworks, such as React, Angular, and VueJS, can integrate into MeteorJS to allow for greater customization. It also enables the same code to be used across different platforms such as mobile devices and web browsers.

The platform offers powerful features such as automatic latency compensation, unified API calls, pre-made templates, modular codebase structure, and integrated unit testing tools. Additionally, it has a command-line tool that allows users to quickly create, test, and deploy prototypes. MeteorJS’s wide range of features enables developers to rapidly construct prototypes with just a few lines of code, saving them time and effort.Footnote 2

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MeteorJS tutorial curriculum

For learners interested in MeteorJS, it's important to find a curriculum that will give you a comprehensive overview of the framework. A strong MeteorJS tutorial might provide overview of the MeteorJS framework, its key features, and its benefits, and cover other topics, including:Footnote 3

  • How to install Meteor and set up a development environment on your local machine.

  • How to understand MeteorJS project structure and how to build a basic Meteor application from scratch.

  • How to use Meteor's templating engine to build the user interface for your application.

  • How to use Meteor’s MongoDB-based database and how to store, retrieve, and manipulate data in your application.

  • How to deploy your Meteor application to the web or a mobile device.

You may also learn about advanced topics such as working with APIs, integrating third-party libraries, and deploying to a cloud platform.

Explore jobs that use MeteorJS

There are a variety of jobs that can benefit from knowledge of MeteorJS, including:

  • JavaScript developer: Responsible for designing, developing, and testing software applications that use JavaScript. They work on the front-end and back-end of applications. JavaScript developers could use MeteorJS to build full stack applications.

  • Full stack developer: Works on all parts of an application, from the user interface to the database. Full stack developers have a strong understanding of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, as well as various libraries and frameworks, such as MeteorJS and its alternatives.

  • Web developer: Specializes in planning, creating, and maintaining applications for the World Wide Web. They are capable of using a range of programming languages and technologies, including HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Git. They also understand both front-end and back-end development principles.Footnote 4

  • Software engineer: Develops software applications with various technologies, including MeteorJS. They should understand algorithms and data structures, as well as design patterns for developing efficient software solutions.Footnote 5

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How to use MeteorJS as an app developer

MeteorJS provides a wide range of features that make app development easier and faster. App developers can use MeteorJS to create real-time applications, build reactive user interfaces, and access server-side data with just a few lines of code. This makes it easy to create complex apps with minimal effort, quickly.

To become an app developer using MeteorJS, you could benefit from having a strong knowledge of JavaScript and various web development technologies. Developers are also often familiar with HTML, CSS, databases, server-side programming, and other related technologies, in addition to best practices for web development. Once learners are comfortable with these concepts, they can better explore the tools available within MeteorJS.

If you are interested in adding new skills to your resume, explore how online learning opportunities such as a coding boot camp or a bachelor’s degree in computer science can help you build the expertise and experience you need to pursue roles in this field.

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