Reactive templates are one of the most impressive features of Meteor, and once we get used to them, we probably won't look back to manual DOM manipulation anymore.
After reading this chapter, we should know how to write and use templates in Meteor. We should also understand its basic syntax and how to add templates.
We saw how to access and set data in templates and how to use helpers. We learned about different types of helpers, such as inclusion helpers and block helpers. We also built our own custom block helpers and used Meteor's default helpers.
We learned that templates have three different callbacks, for when the template gets created, rendered, and destroyed.
We learned how to pass data to helpers, and how this differs in normal helpers ...