ExpressJS: Lightweight framework used to build web applications in Node. Inspired by the popular Ruby framework, Sinatra, Express provides several high-performance features for building single and multi-page web applications.
MongoDB: Schemaless NoSQL database system. MongoDB saves data in binary JSON format, making it easier to pass data between client and server.
Advantages of Meteor.JS
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Scalability and Ease of Use
Meteor’s Galaxy platform is a cloud service specifically designed for Meteor app deployment. With Meteor’s scaling platform, app deployment, and monitoring gets much simpler connected client apps. Galaxy comes with special devops to launch and seamlessly manage your Meteor app. It provides developers the chance of focus on core functionality.
Galaxy always ensures the client code updates are coordinated with absolute precision to ensure a seamless and automatic upgrade experience for all clients – even while using the app.
One of the highlights behind Meteor.js happens to be a vibrant and supportive community and several helpful resources that will help you keep updated about the latest happenings in the world of Meteor. The official YouTube channel for Meteor has a wide range of meetups, tips, tutorials and blogs. All these resources will help you learn the basics as well as master complex concepts without any trouble.
Quick Learning Curve for Beginners
Whenever you will come across an obstacle or are bogged down with an issue, the proactive and friendly Meteor community on several mediums will help you find a solution.
Simplicity & Power
Whether you opt for Meteor or MEAN stack entirely depends on your business requirements and technical capability of your team. But there is no denying that Meteor will open your mind to a whole new world of possibilities. Even if you don’t opt for Meteor, you will be able to roll out MVP quickly and the framework has the ability to help developers to scale their apps.