Structuring applications for Meteor.js

The first promise made by Meteor.js is that it's a faster way of building web applications. Most of the web frameworks that are used today have a web server and a database on the same rack and send rendered HTML to the browsers. They all use standard request and response based development.

Nowadays, we also have a lot of smart clients: JavaScript-powered applications that run in the browser or native clients in Android or iOS. All of these are connected with the cloud; they all are aligned with either Google, Facebook, Twitter, or Amazon in one way or another.

Meteor provides a new way to have a code built around Smart Packages, code modules that can be executed on the client or server side or even both. Developers ...

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