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12 Reviews
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  • 4 / 5
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  • Meteor
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Capterra-loader

create your application with your knowledge in JS

Jun 13, 2018
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Pros: With this framework you can create multiplatform applications with simple javascript with only having some knowledge in node.js you can develop all kinds of applications and quickly and easily.

Cons: The first time it can be a bit difficult if you are not familiar with the command lines, however once you have mastered it you can streamline work with that framework.

Capterra-loader

Very useful framework.

Jun 12, 2018
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Pros: I love this framework because it gives me the opportunity to summarize my code and devise it in a better way, and best of all, it's free.

Cons: Only works with a database and I would like you to have more options and labels for the best coding, you have to use base codes to make some things work.

Overall: The truth can develop very fast since this framework was made to help you in the development.

Capterra-loader

Meteor provides an encoding very indented and easy to read.

May 15, 2018
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Pros: helps and provides a better way of integrating data base in MongoDB making the applications as effective as possible besides summarizing a lot of code, excellent Framework.

Cons: It only supports MongoDB as the main database and limits some linguistic integrations for the development of code.

Overall: I can say that the use of this framework has adapted me to the needs of the market in terms of the demand for the development of new APP.

Capterra-loader

Powerful and effective framework to comprate with the best development.

May 14, 2018
5/5
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Pros: With this powerful framework I save a lot the development of codes making my web app as efficient and robust to the needs of adapting to today's technologies.

Cons: It is not very stable, it always has a change or update in which it forces you to learn new things, but I do not complain about this great tool.

Overall: with it I have created lots of web app that covers most of the needs of my projects.

Capterra-loader

Excellent fullstack framework to generate quickly apps

May 08, 2018
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Pros: Framework fullstack with many plugin for development quickly, very good management of resources and extremely efficient communication and use of mongodb. Use of publish and subscribe is very good to management roles, access and security.

Cons: Impossible of generate render from server side, this make extremely inefficient and hard the indexing with Google (If use blaze). Icons and controls are limited.

Capterra-loader

Excellent web framework

May 01, 2018
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Pros: A good web framework, quite powerful, I have been able to do some applications and it has saved me a lot of time.

Cons: They release updates very often and it's a bit difficult to understand if you do not have the necessary programming skills.

Overall: With meteor I write less and develop more.

Meteor is a good framework to get you started working on a project very fast

Apr 26, 2018
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Pros: One the big selling points when it was released is that you have a collection of packages to get started working on your project right away.

Cons: Maybe one of the things I don't like about this framework is that is not very maintained and there is a lack of packages we can use.

Capterra-loader

Great idea, but needs to catch up a bit

Dec 05, 2017
4/5
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Pros: A very 'complete' nodejs framework, easy to learn and fast to build applications. Even build a mobile app with less hustle

Cons: Supports only MongoDB, does not support vuejs yet (officially), documentation and real life examples could be updated a bit.

Overall: Meteor helped us create a prototype of the product we wanted to create, at a short time scale. We just wish it would have supported mysql DB, and vuejs for the font.

I was deciding between the use of Meteor and Firebase for a client. I had no previously experience.

Jun 07, 2017
3/5
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Pros: comparing Meteor to the other product it clear how much freedom and customization you can get. Which is very good

Cons: Meteor learning curve is steep, I think they need to make easy to deploy a default server with no user interaction so any new user can try out more easily

Using Meteor with React has been...

Apr 14, 2017
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Pros: JavaScript 100%, WebRealTime, Integration with React and Mongo DB

Cons: JavaScript is just starting to be good as Java or C.

Overall: Has been an entirely new experience, React is totally a new way on programming, I start to like it and all wrapped in Meteor is just fantastic, the ability of to apps web in real time and mobile right away out the box couldn't be better.

Recommendations to other buyers: You have to give it a try, 10min and see what is this about, it can has a lot of uses.

Excellent programming framework

Jan 05, 2017
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Pros: Strong ecosystem, good documentation, easy to use

Cons: Edge cases can be difficult to solve, potential scaling problems with large apps

Overall: Really amazing framework that lets you get up a prototype very quickly. There's also a very active community forum and Galaxy hosting for apps made with Meteor.

Free, evolutionary, but confusing

Dec 05, 2016
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Comments: MeteorJS is definitely a new cool framework that I would describe as evolutionary. The way you write server-side and client-side code and it's served up together is really interesting. But there are definitely some weird confusing things about it. For example, all your CSS and js dependencies, the only way you can control the order they are loaded is by alphabetical file naming.... that is really weird. There doesn't seem to be a place that you can simply define the load order other than how the files are named. Really really weird.

The framework is pretty cool, but one of the main downsides to such a unique framework like this is if you build a project using MeteorJS and one day you decide to switch your project to use a different type of framework, you might as well re-write the entire thing since so much custom Meteor-specific code get's written in the meantime for your app.