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Meteor is Still Alive- 7 Reasons to Develop Your Next Web App With Meteor

For all those who think the Meteor framework is dead- Meteor is most alive, getting back in the game with some ever powerful updates.

Meteor is a popular JavaScript web framework that did have a brief slowdown because of some changes inside the company.  The framework is back in the game after some slowdown, and can be seen having a bright future ahead of it.  In this blog, we have mentioned the top 7 exciting benefits of Meteor framework. Building your next project with this framework will surely make your business web app stand out from its competitors attaining massive growth & engagement. Continue reading how Meteor app development can help your business grow more efficiently with less development time & cost.

Why Should You Develop Your Next Web App With Meteor?

Meteor as a framework is incredibly fast. Meteor is believed to launch an MVP web development product in as early as 3- 4 weeks depending on the project scope. The top benefits why one should opt Meteor for their projects includes:

1. Meteor is convenient 

Meteor.js offers complete convenience to developers. The framework offers a perfect synchronization of data in real-time and facilitates easy collaboration over a project. It has a built-in feature of LiveReload, which lets you see all the changes you develop without rebuilding the project or refreshing the browser page. 

Also, Meteor needs less coding, translates into fewer bugs, takes less time in development, and offers higher quality development.

2. Meteor is reactive

Meteor js is best known for its reactive UI. It allows rapid automatic change of the user interface with each update in data. This function comes as a necessity as nobody wants to reload the page to see the latest updates.  Meteor implements Reactive UI in an effective manner making the website more responsive and user-friendly.

3. Meteor is easy to deploy

Deploying a web app is much easier in Meteor than in other frameworks. This framework is augmented with Galaxy — a PaaS solution for hosting Meteor js apps, which runs on Amazon AWS.

This hosting platform significantly reduces the time spent on deployment and DevOps. All it takes to deploy an app is to sign in to Galaxy, add some environmental variables to the setting file, and enter a single line of code.

4. Meteor is extensible 

Meteor can be easily integrated with hundreds of other solutions. There is a large database of Meteor extensions maintained by the Meteor community — Atmosphere.js. Also, Meteor features 14,079 various packages as of April 2020. With so many smart packages, you can actually save a lot of development time. 

Moreover, you can easily integrate Meteor with various JavaScript libraries, like React or Bootstrap. 

5. Meteor has a massive community support

Meteor has the massive community supporting it. The version 1.10, which features a lot of important improvements with Cordova, MongoDB, skeleton, Galaxy, and DevTools, was developed with support from over 40 community developers. Get all the answers about your queries from the big community on Stack Overflow or Reddit.  

6. Meteor is easy to learn

Meteor is super easy to learn. It is a great choice for developers-to-be, who have initially started learning programming, and for experienced developers looking to master JavaScript. The Meteor coding is relatively simple and efficient with no strict structural rules to follow. You can learn this framework-

  • From Meteorpedia that has a lot of useful materials for Meteor development. 
  • Meteor official YouTube channel that has everything from Meteor development tips, tools to Meteor techniques, and examples. 

7. Meteor lets you use a single language for the entire project

Meteor lets you develop the entire project with a single language — JavaScript. For the back-end of the web app, you can choose Meteor and for front-end, choose React. For building a mobile application, you can integrate your project with Cordova or React Native. You can finally connect the mobile app with Meteor back-end using DDP (Distributed Data Protocol)- a Meteor’s feature. Ultimately, your entire project is built with JavaScript. 


Meteor has many capabilities.  If you are an experienced JavaScript developer, give Meteor a shot.

If you are a developer and want to master Javascript, Meteor.js is a perfect entry point for you. It offers you an opportunity to create an entire web application, both client side and server side, with a single language. New to programming?  Meteor web framework is the easiest approach to start your programming journey. 

If by any chance you are a business owner, Meteor is perfect for the tech stack of your app. It will let you save on development time and costs. What else? Get connected to experienced Meteor developers from an award-winning Meteor development companyQSS Technosoft!

Know more about our Meteor app development services or contact us for a quote about your next web project. We will be happy to help you!

About Author:
Author Rashmi Kanti is a passionate content writer & a blogger having written numerous blogs for IT domain. Being into the Blogging world for the past 4 years, she is presently contributing technology loaded articles & blogs regularly to QSS Technosoft. Rashmi has a proficient knowledge of the latest market trends in the mobile & web applications and expresses herself a big technology geek.

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